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Agile Basics by Alexey Maslov, done on Agile Gathering 6, Ukraine.

Agile Basics by Alexey Maslov, done on Agile Gathering 6, Ukraine.

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  • 1. Agile Basics Alexey Maslov amaslov@gmail.com ©Copyright GlobalLogic 2007
  • 2. Bio • Ideas? • Architecture Director at GlobalLogic • Founder & CTO of BrightSide Software: Nuospace (http://www.nuospace.com) Clienteq (http://www.clienteq.com) • Founder of SofAge Agile Consultancy • JUG Ukraine coordinator • Speaker @ JUG Ukraine and AgileUkraine ©Copyright GlobalLogic 2007
  • 3. Agenda • Why Agile? (15 mins) • Popular implementations (5 mins) • The landscape (5 mins) • Q&A (15 mins) ©Copyright GlobalLogic 2007
  • 4. Why Agile? ©Copyright GlobalLogic 2007
  • 5. Agile Adoption ©Copyright GlobalLogic 2007
  • 6. How to get there? ? B Planned Agile A ©Copyright GlobalLogic 2007
  • 7. Why do we miss? • Extremely hard to correctly identify all the needs up-front • Communication is brittle • Almost impossible to design everything in advance ©Copyright GlobalLogic 2007
  • 8. The solution • Release high quality working software every several weeks • Ask for feedback, change the software accordingly • Collaborate all the time with the customer & inside the team • Simplicity ©Copyright GlobalLogic 2007
  • 9. How it works Small releases • Continuous integration • Automated testing • Short-term design (YAGNI) • Refactoring Communication • Customer as part of the team • Planning meetings • Stand-up meetings ©Copyright GlobalLogic 2007
  • 10. Popular implementations ©Copyright GlobalLogic 2007
  • 11. SCRUM ©Copyright GlobalLogic 2007
  • 12. Extreme Programming ©Copyright GlobalLogic 2007
  • 13. The landscape ©Copyright GlobalLogic 2007
  • 14. Agile Usage Dr. Dobbs Journal & Scott Ambler Survey (March 2007) http://www.ambysoft.com/surveys/agileMarch2007.html • 69% are doing one or more agile projects • 24% not yet started believed to do so within the next year • 44% indicated a 90%+ success rate at agile projects, 33% indicated between 75 and 90% ©Copyright GlobalLogic 2007
  • 15. Agile Usage (cont’d) Forrester Survey (September 2006) www.thoughtworks.com/pdfs/forrester_truth_about_agile.pdf • 17% of North American and European Enterprises use Agile • Another 29% of respondents are aware of Agile ©Copyright GlobalLogic 2007
  • 16. Want some more info? • On Agile • On SCRUM • On XP • Ukrainian Agile Developers Group ©Copyright GlobalLogic 2007
  • 17. Thank you! Q&A ©Copyright GlobalLogic 2007

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