Friday 20th September, 2013
3:30pm to 3:55pm
The Manifesto for Agile Software Development has been around for over a decade now. With popular practices - such as Scrum - agile development is meant to replace traditional software development approaches, and yet it fails often due to short sightings from both organizational and personal point of views.
This session will give a brief introduction to the history and principles of agile software development, present practices for the development process itself - namely tools and designs - and list common pitfalls and obstacles when it comes to introducing Agile Development to your company and how to overcome them.
This session's target audience are developers, team leaders and project managers wanting to get a glimpse of agile development or refreshing and extending their knowledge. Terms such as "Scrum", "sprint", "backlog", "user stories" and the like should already be familiar to a certain degree.
Ext JS & Ajax evangelist, maintainer of Ext.ux.Livegrid and conjoon bio from Twitter
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