Scrum Day Europe is a conference dedicated to Scrum that takes place in Amsterdam, Netherlands. This conference dedicated to Agile project management and Scrum takes place in Amsterdam and will features local and international expert speakers. This is a main event for all European Scrum practitioners.
In a Scrum team, there are three roles: Product Owner, Development Team and Scrum Master. There is no explicit mention of software testers and some could question if testing specialists are really necessary in Scrum teams. After working on several projects, Eric Delahaye has found that they are and shares with us four reasons why they should be included as soon as the first Sprint Planning.
CollabNet VersionOne has announced the 13th annual State of Agile report. This year’s survey findings feature increased global diversity with more results from respondents in Europe, Asia, South America and Africa than the year before.
Agile approaches like Scrum recommend a “just enough” attitude in software development and this is also the case when you discuss tools. Ideally, you would work with a small team that is collocated, but this is not always possible and you might be running your project virtually with a distributed Scrum team scattered around the world.
The Agile Tour London 2019 Call for Papers is open until June 21. Agile Tour London is a conference that is part of the Global Agile Tour. Since its conception in 2008, it has become a hugely successful worldwide event spanning 30 different countries. The idea is simple yet powerful: create a world-wide network of local agile events open to everyone interested in Agility: From Confirmed Agile Practitioner to Agile Newbie.
Agile Open California South is two-day conference that provides Agile and Scrum practitioners in Southern California an opportunity for learning and networking. Agile Practitioners and newcomers come together for two days to discuss, examine and otherwise brainstorm the most timely and relevant topics in Agile development today.
Are you sick of seeing your Scrum team treated as a sausage machine for turning user stories into code? Can your software developers only talk about how long something will take, or how exactly it will be built?