AgileTour2010 Ghent Keynote

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AgileTour2010 Ghent Keynote

  1. 1. Agile The mind, body and soul
  2. 2. About me • Experience: – 10 years of IT experience in total – 2 years of teaching – 4 years of software development – 3 years of scrum experience • Professional passions: – Agile – Training and coaching – Code quality and design • Personal passions: – My family and friends – Music
  3. 3. Partners • Agile training and events • ALM expertise • Professional scrum developer training
  4. 4. Dedicated to
  5. 5. 12 easy steps to make agile work
  6. 6. Agile Why settle for the silver bullet when you can have the golden one
  7. 7. The agile procedure written down once and for all
  8. 8. Go agile, all the cool kids do it
  9. 9. All you need is scrum
  10. 10. What are we going to cover • Manifesto • Principles • Truths and lies • Visual management • Scrum • ALM • Agile practices • Why agile? • Everyone agile? • Selling agile?
  11. 11. The beginning http://agilemanifesto.org/
  12. 12. Conversation over rules No process needed Tools aren’t important Processes and tools to help you, not stand in your way Processes and tools as a means, not a goal Improvement through interaction Talk about things, don’t just roll over and play dead
  13. 13. Adding business value No documentation Documentation should have a purpose beyond existence Documentation has no value Documentation supporting software
  14. 14. Collaborative sales No contracts or written agreements Let the customer figure it out No release planning Build trust working together with the customer Share the product vision Be transparant to your customer
  15. 15. Do not fear the dark side Don’t plan Block all change Understand reality: things change Make sure you can incorporate change as easy as possible Make your customer aware of the reality of change
  16. 16. Solo
  17. 17. Collaboration
  18. 18. Continuous improvement
  19. 19. It wasn’t build in a day
  20. 20. Adding value, piece by piece
  21. 21. Empirical
  22. 22. Visibility
  23. 23. Transparancy & visibility http://www.xqa.com.ar/visualmanagement/
  24. 24. Visual reminder
  25. 25. Scrum
  26. 26. The silver bullet
  27. 27. Planning
  28. 28. Potentially shippable
  29. 29. Collaboration
  30. 30. Self organizing
  31. 31. Cross functional
  32. 32. Sustainable pace
  33. 33. Software development
  34. 34. Software development ++
  35. 35. Architecture
  36. 36. Not about testing
  37. 37. Test automation
  38. 38. Continuous integration
  39. 39. My personal agile
  40. 40. My personal agile
  41. 41. Everyone agile?
  42. 42. The future
  43. 43. The system
  44. 44. Test-Driven Development Corey Haines November 4-5, 2010 Ghent, Belgium http://www.agileminds.be/workshop/2010/tdddotnet/index.jsp
  45. 45. Code Retreat Corey Haines World Tour November 06, 2010 Ghent, Belgium http://www.agileminds.be/workshop/2010/coderetreat/index.jsp
  46. 46. http://ilean.be/course/psd Professional scrum developer November 15 - 19, 2010
  47. 47. 2011 • Agile.Net Exchange http://www.agileminds.be/conference/2011/agiledotnetx/index.html • PSD training http://ilean.be/course/psd1 • Workshops code craftsmanship • Workshops agile development
  48. 48. Want to share your thoughts? • @talboomerik • http://be.linkedin.com/in/talboomerik

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