Agile Practices: Add High Octane to Your Team

Being agile means applying iterative and incremental planning to how you go about delivering your projects and focusing on improving communication at every turn. If you're involved with software development, you understand that developing software is an evolutionary, unpredictable journey with changing requirements that require rapid feedback from end users and effective collaboration amongst business owners and technical teams. Managing the software development process incorrectly can lead to delays, angry customers, and worse, terminated projects. But there is a fuel for your development team that will get them all in sync and working smoothly. In this presentation, you will learn the foundations of Agile Software Development and how to get the most out of the increasingly popular agile framework being used today, Scrum.

Recorded: 7/20/2016


Kevin McManus

Kevin has 26 years of experience in the IT industry spanning Systems Administration, Software Development, Software Engineering Management, and Technical Training. He is certified through the Scrum Alliance as a ScrumMaster (CSM), Product Owner (CSPO), Developer (CSD), and Professional (CSP); Java Certified Programmer; and Microsoft Certified Trainer. His passion is melding the capabilities of technology with the creativity and ingenuity of highly talented people. He is an agile evangelist and takes a pragmatic and common sense approach to helping organizations be agile.