Going Agile – Series Introduction

on Sep 10, 09 • by Todd Landry • with No Comments

After attending Agile 2009 in Chicago, and speaking with so many people about their experiences with Agile, I thought it might be an interesting opportunity for me to do the same. So with that as my inspiration, I’ll be putting together a blog series that will cover a number of topics ranging from introducing...

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After attending Agile 2009 in Chicago, and speaking with so many people about their experiences with Agile, I thought it might be an interesting opportunity for me to do the same. So with that as my inspiration, I’ll be putting together a blog series that will cover a number of topics ranging from introducing Agile to your team, through to the release, with a number of other interesting subjects in between.

The series is in no way an attempt to tell you how to do things, but rather is intended to share experiences that I have had…perhaps you will read them and say to yourself, “I’m glad we’re not the only ones who went through that!”

The series kicks off next week discussing our team’s early days with Agile. This will introduce you to some of the key players in the team, how Agile was introduced internally, the training we went through, and so on. Other topics I have planned for this series include the 1st Sprint preparation and planning, Retrospectives, team communication, developer issues/concerns, and finally the product Release.

Hopefully these blogs will strike a familiar note with you or give you something new to think about. In the meantime, if you have a particular topic you would like to see discussed, feel free to email me at todd.landry@klocwork.com, or find me on Twitter at http://twitter.com/todd_landry.

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