Presented at the April NYC Agile Experience Design Meetup http://www.meetup.com/Agile-Experience-Design/events/173376062/
For many non-technical members on a project team, what developers do tends to be a black box. You decide as a team what to build, and maybe create some wireframes or sketches and then they go off and do...something. Maybe you have a general idea of what's involved in building software, but unless you actually are a developer, that's usually about it.
In this session, we'll take a non-developer view of techniques commonly associated with Agile software development, such as pair programming, refactoring, test-driven development and continuous integration, and show how understanding these concepts can offer riches in terms of improved collaboration and communication between designers and developers.
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