"Agile Development" is an umbrella for several iterative and incremental software development Frameworks.
While each of the agile methods is unique in its approach, they all share a common vision and core values.
They all fundamentally incorporate iteration and the continuous feedback that it provides to successively refine and deliver a software system.
Lightweight and inherently adaptable, they involve all forms of continuous evolution of both the project and the software.
As important, they all focus on empowering people to collaborate and make decision together quickly and effectively.
Come and join us for an informal workshop around Agile core values and delivery methods.
The goal of the exercise is to get small groups of 5 to 9 people collaborating with each other to recreate a Manifesto and the workflow of Scrum (most commonly used Agile method) from memory.
We invite you to arrive between 5:45-6pm for security and organisation reasons. Another Agile 101 will be organised if you miss this one in couple of months.
N.B. although we will touch briefly on Scrum, Kanban and XP, this is not designed as a training course in any of these. They will not be the focus of our discussion.