Agile SoCal brings together local experts in Orange County and Los Angeles to share what works and what we've learned while applying Agile & Lean methodologies to software development - whether it's Scrum, XP (Extreme Programming), Kanban or some mix of those and more.
Free monthly meetings are held in Irvine, usually on the 3rd Wednesday of each month, and all are welcome!
Here are our planned dates for 2020:
• January 16 - Agile Metrics in Jira with Dan Moran
• February 19 - Agile Mindset Workshop with Janet Lawrence
• March 18 - Meeting Cancelled.
• April 22 - The Life of a Mob Programmer with Thomas Desmond • May 20 - A SAFe Skeptic’s Journey with Larry Lawhead (https://www.linkedin.com/in/lawhead5/) • June 17 - TBA • July 15 - TBA • August 19 - TBA • September 16 - TBA • October 21 - TBA • November 11 - TBA
• December - no meeting!
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Shipping software. There's the pressure to go fast. There's the battle for quality and craftsmanship. The struggle is real.
While David Neal was at LeanKit, they strove to continuously improve their processes across the entire company. Along the way, they developed FSGD, which is affectionately pronounce "fizz good." FSGD is their thinking tool for shipping Frequent, Small, Good, and Decoupled value.
In this month's session, David will share with you the challenges they faced as they scaled, how they struggled, what they learned, and how they evolved. The goal is for you to walk away with tools and practical processes that will impact your team's success.
David Neal is a family man, geek, musician, illustrator, speaker, and software developer living in North GA. He's a Microsoft MVP, and runs on high-octane mixture of caffeine and bacon. You can find David on Twitter as @reverentgeek.