Content in the Agile Category
A few decades ago, many developers in the industry often listened to a single big vendor and followed all their advice and lived in their world. Then came the era of using large open source frameworks and moving into that mindset and community.
Moving to Agile: what are the changes and how to deal with them. There are official rules of Agile methodologies which everybody knows. But a lot of companies starts using Agile methodologies and got disappointed very quickly. Why this happens? Why you often hear that Agile doesn’t work for us? In this presentation I would like to share the experience where you have to pay attention when you start using Agile Scrum methodology. What are the biggest problems and how to avoid them.
Charles Chaplin was intimately involved in crafting every part of his movies. His development techniques and approach to story design challenged the popular film making techniques of his day. What are the similarities and differences between Chaplin’s film making approach and how we create software? What insights can we gather from his work to help improve our own craft?
Gojko and Dan North, the originator of Behavior Driven Development (BDD), staged an impromptu state-of-the-union discussion about the present and future of BDD. Dan introduced his latest body of work, Accelerated Agile, describing it as accelerating delivery from months to minutes. In an animated discussion, Gojko and Dan argued that the value of software delivery isn’t in “delivering value” or even “enabling business capabilities,” as useful as these things are.
This video covers the basics of test-driven development (TDD). Find out more about what TDD is, what it isn’t, the challenges you’ll face, and why you’ll want to implement it. It covers the following topics:
* Test-Driven Development defined
* Benefits of Test-Driven development
* Challenges of Test-Driven Development
* Where Test-Driven Development is not practical
* How to do Test-Driven Development
* Demonstration of Test-Driven Development using Microsoft Visual Studio
Agile teams deliver their solutions in frequent small releases. This is one of the principles that is part of the Agile Manifesto: “Our highest priority is to satisfy the customer through early and continuous delivery of valuable software.”
Mylyn is the task and application lifecycle management (ALM) framework for Eclipse. This talk will showcase Mylyn and the broad ecosystem which encompasses over 50 different integrations for ALM systems. We will demonstrate how tasks, source code and builds can be managed effectively with Mylyn, and examine how re-aligning collaboration around a unified notion of tasks not only accelerates developer’s adoption of Agile project management tools, but also yields a measurable productivity benefit when deployed in teams.
What if your software development team’s job was to make your business more money? And, what if, by doing so, they started truly enjoying their work once again?
This session walk you through charts from real Kanban teams asking “what should be happening”?
Learn how a SAP team adopted Scrum and started building the SAP ID Service using a lean, modern and standards-based application server built from open source components and using Continuous Delivery for build, test and deployment.