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  • Uncovering, not found the answer to everything\nDoing - not thinking about and writing papers\n
  • Highest priority to deliver value. In other words....\n
  • It’s all about the money. If it doesn’t make money in some way, why do it?\n
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  • Technical and Planning practices. Whole team.\n
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  • Bad technical practices lead to fragile hard to change code - analogy technical debt\n\n\n
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  • Burndown\n
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  • Ambiguous order. Lord Raglan wanted the cavalry to prevent the Russians from carrying away guns from a captured redoubt, not charge entrenched artillery.\n
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  • Iiba

    1. 1. AGILEPaul Wilson - NewContext http://newcontext.com
    2. 2. Royce, Winston (1970), "Managing the Development of Large Software Systems", Proceedings of IEEE WESCON 26 (August): 1–9
    3. 3. MANIFESTO
    4. 4. UNCOVERING AND DOING
    5. 5. VALUE
    6. 6. MONEY
    7. 7. AGILE METHODOLOGIES Photo by mseckington - http://flic.kr/p/7VwJUz
    8. 8. SCRUM
    9. 9. Defensive Photo by David Spender - http://flic.kr/p/4sFDj2
    10. 10. Scrum - Team isolation http://www.flickr.com/photos/cali4niadreamn/2362956348/
    11. 11. Scrum Master
    12. 12. EXTREME PROGRAMMING
    13. 13. INCLUDES TECHNICAL PRACTICES
    14. 14. BOEHM’S COST OF CHANGE
    15. 15. BECK’S COST OF CHANGE
    16. 16. TECHNICAL DEBT
    17. 17. ITERATIONS
    18. 18. POTENTIALLY SHIPPABLE
    19. 19. ACTIVITY/THEME PRIORITIES• Necessity• Flexibility• Safety• Luxury
    20. 20. RHYTHM
    21. 21. LIMITS WORK IN PROGRESS
    22. 22. KANBAN - ALTERNATIVE Photo by alq666 - http://flic.kr/p/67X96H
    23. 23. INVENTORY IS WASTE Photo by (nutmeg) - http://flic.kr/p/4zwxnT
    24. 24. CONTROL
    25. 25. MAKE THINGS VISIBLE
    26. 26. RELEASE BURN-DOWN
    27. 27. RELEASE BURN-UP
    28. 28. COMMUNICATION
    29. 29. Lord Raglan wishes the cavalryto advance rapidly to the front, follow the enemy, and try to prevent the enemy carrying away the guns.
    30. 30. As Army Commander, Lord Raglan wants the cavalry to engage the enemy that have captured the redoubt on Causeway Heights so thatthe the naval guns will not be carried away by the enemy.
    31. 31. As Army Commander, Lord Raglan wants the cavalry to engage the enemy that have captured the redoubt on Causeway Heights so thatthe the naval guns will not be carried away by the enemy.
    32. 32. ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA•Guns from Causeway Height remainin Allied control•Enemy that captured CausewayHeights is harried•Light Brigade is not destroyed

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