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Agile Release Planning

  • Aug 24, 2010 · 5:45 PM
  • Intercontinental Hotels Group

This was a member generated topic that we are going to bring to the group. I know we have many folks at the meeting that have experience doing release planning. I will share my take, I'll round up another few experts in the area, and leave some time for you guys to weigh in... and also leave plenty of time for Q&A. Here is the original suggestion from Raj Nemani:

How do we approach release planning while using agile methodologies? Unless we have a release plan we cannot plan the budget to go ask money from the customer and we have to reasonably accurate too when we go and ask money from the customer. It would be great to hear from experts on this topic.

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  • David C.

    good meeting. Lots of interaction and food for thought

    August 25, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    Well done. I greatly appreciate the explanations of the Agile methods and terminology. I hope that someday I actually get to use it.

    I think that we were a bit inconsistent on the use of the term release, and a bit narrow in scope. I'm interested in building systems, rather than developing code, so I'm concerned with how systems interface and are tested, operations puts the release into production and manages it, security built into the software, networking and communicaitons, etc. that all fit into release planning.

    Perhaps, for another meeting we can address how agile impacts all the system areas other than development.


    August 25, 2010

  • Ravi P.

    As always, very engaging and informative.

    August 25, 2010

  • Jeff S.

    Mike facilitated a lively discussion of about twenty-five attendees. We touched on about a dozen elements of Agile Release Planning ranging from the basics to advanced concepts. We did not have nearly enough time to cover everything but there was a good exchange of ideas.

    August 25, 2010

  • John P.

    Great content, well delivered, participatory structure.

    August 24, 2010

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