Genuine agility is enormously effective in helping us achieve our dreams. The trouble is, Agile has grown into a complex tangle of roles and rituals, frameworks and tools, processes and certifications. We need a return to simplicity. Modern Agile is here to help.
Brewing Agile is a conference focused on Agile software development and Scrum project management that takes place in Gothenburg, Sweden. Besides the usual presentations, the conference offers also interactive workshops.
The Manage Agile conference is an event taking place in Berlin that focused on Agile project management approaches. It is divided into two workshop days and two conference days. The conferences focuses on management topics and is a networking platform where specialists and managers compare notes yearly to establish Agile topics not only in software engineering but also in the whole company up to the management. Most of the talks are in German but there are also a lot of talks in English.
Do you find that user stories grow and multiply until you can’t fit them in your Scrum sprints? Are you struggling to see the big picture? Are you lost in user story hell? This presentation examines the OOPSI (Outcome, Output, Process, Scenarios, Inputs) technique and demonstrates how it accelerates delivery by ensuring that you are always working on the right thing and can see the bigger picture.
XP Days Ukraine is a conference dedicated to Agile engineering practices. Its aim is to provide practical skills and new ideas toScrum and Agile practitioners with the help of local and international Agile and Scrum experts. The presentations of XP Days Ukraine cover the main Agile engineering practices like TDD, Continuous Integration or BDD. Topics like Agile architecture, technical debt or communication between developers and testers are also discussed.
Lean Kanban Central Europe is a conference focused on using Lean and Kaban in software development taking place in Germany. More than 30 international Lean and Kanban experts will share their experience reports, case studies and advanced ideas on managing knowledge work in an Agile way.
The Product Owner is a key component of Scrum teams as the role a major influence on software development projects. It is however not always possible for the Agile team to get access to a full-time qualified Product Owner. This is why Marcelo Leonetti discusses in this article some situations where a Product Owner proxy could help Scrum teams solve some problems.