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Why Agile? Why Now? IPMA Forum 2009

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This session will have something for everyone. For the person new to Agile Development, this will provide a basic knowledge to distinguish Agile development from traditional Waterfall development. For ...

This session will have something for everyone. For the person new to Agile Development, this will provide a basic knowledge to distinguish Agile development from traditional Waterfall development. For those that have some knowledge, this will provide some practical examples and stories about what is happening in the “real world”.

We are in tough financial times, and are being ask to do more than ever with less people. Faster, better, and cheaper is the new mantra for organizations. Companies that will survive and endure for the long haul are looking for different and better ways to deliver software and are discovering Agile development as a possible answer. How do you get started with Agile practices? What are some lessons learned that I can watch out for as we get started? What will Agile fix
and what will it expose? In this session, these questions and others will be answered.
We will also explore how Agile development came to be and provide a foundational knowledge of the common practices including the Scrum framework and Extreme Programming (XP).

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