Even if Agile approaches favor collocated teams, distributed Scrum teams are more common that what you might think. Many Agile software development teams are based on a virtual organization.
Agile is everywhere. There are tons of materials about Agile. There are tons of talks about Agile. There are even whole conferences focused on Agile. Agile is simply everywhere. That is a well-known fact. But did you know that software developers do not need it?
At the beginning of his book “Kanban for Skeptics”, Nick Oostvogels writes “By listing the 5 most common arguments against Kanban and my response to them, I hope to help people in their Kanban journey and build great organizations that create amazing products.”
The Play4Agile conference is an event about Agile gamification taking place in Germany. This conference is for Agile, Scrum and Lean coaches, facilitators, game and innovation experts who want to exchange questions, ideas and experiences on using games in Agile project management teams and organizations.
The Agile Open Northwest conference is an event about Agile practices and techniques and Scrum project management that takes place in Portland or Seattle. Agile participants from the Northwest will be able to start, discover, and share discussions around Agile and Scrum topics.
User Story Mapping is one of the most powerful collaboration tools for planning complex development activities. However, what are the differences between a good story map and a great one? How does one design and lead a great mapping session?
The ACE! Conference on Lean and Agile Software Development is a two-day conference that brings together in Krakow (Poland) some of the best-known Agile, Scrum and lean practitioners in Europe and abroad. It is the guaranty of a great networking experience for agile software development practitioners that will come away with new ideas and enthusiasm.