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The argument for agile development

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  • 1. The Argument For Agile Development (honestly this is more fun than the title may suggest!)
  • 2. What is Agile?
      • A methodology.
      • A way of thinking.
      • An emerging best practice.
  • 3. Why We Need To Be Agile
      • It will allow us work closer to estimate.
      • It will give the customer a feeling of control over their project.
      • It will simplify the workload at any given time
      • It will reduce risk throughout the design and development process.
  • 4. But Wait, there's more!
      • More accountability at all stages.
      • More room for innovation.
      • More marketing potential.
      • More potential for making money.
  • 5. OK, it isn't perfect.
      • Something we need to work hard to achieve.
      • Need customer buy-in.
      • Will teach us some tough lessons in the beginning.
  • 6. I might be interested, next steps?
      • Read up.
      • Appoint champions.
      • Tool up.
      • Get stuck in!
  • 7. Questions?
  • 8. Links / Closing
      • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agile_software_development
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5k7a9YEoUI
      • http://agilemanifesto.org/principles.html
    • All images stolen from the interwebz, ownership stays with the original creator.
    • @tosbourn
    • http://www.piercecommunications.co.uk