About this Event
For the last 17 years, most discussions of Agile have been focused around frameworks. Should we use Scrum? Should we use XP? Should we use Kanban? Should we use SAFe? In this presentation, I argue that this discussion is beside the point. In this presentation, I ask us to focus instead on the goals proposed implicitly by the Manifesto for Agile Software Development, and what practices move us towards those goals.
Guest Speaker: Kyle Griffin Aretae
Kyle Griffin Aretae has 25 years of experience as a programmer, process improvement specialist, and teacher. His extensive knowledge of programming includes C/C++, Android/Java/Groovy, and Python. He has been teaching and implementing XP programming practices since before the Agile Manifesto was written. In the last 10 years, he has worked variously as a lead programmer, agile coach, and trainer/mentor. Because of his forty thousand hours spent teaching and his experience as a programmer, he understands deeply the importance of taking a hands-on approach in the classroom. For fun away from work, Kyle writes android education software and treatises on the theoretical foundations of Agile methodologies.
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