Advanced Agile Development I: High-Performance Agile
October 9th-10th (2 days)
Price: 2800 LTL
Where: Crowne Plaza, Malachite A hall
In this 2-day discovery-filled course,
Learn how agile works, in software or outside of it,
Learn how to articulate and deal with the weaknesses in agile development,
Test yourself and your partners with the Test-Driven Carpaccio exercise.
Learn to reduce risk and maximize results by viewing design as a Knowledge Acquisition activity.
Practice backing up your recommendations with solid theory, not just an appeal to authority,
Learn how to plan and track larger, more complicated projects using Project Mapping or Blitz Planning (time permitting),
… and most of all
- Come face-to-face with yourself, your strengths and your weaknesses, as you confront one situation after another with equally inquisitive classmates.
Who should attend? This is the course for you and are ready for a deep dive into what agile development is all about. If you have been doing agile development for 1-5 years and want to amp up your capabilities to the next level. It is not an intro to agile, basic of Scrum, CSM or project management, this is a course for those who want to inquire and get themselves ready for whatever comes next. This is the advanced course in agile development from industry guru Dr. Alistair Cockburn.
Dr. Alistair Cockburn (pronounced Cō-burn) was voted one of the "All-Time Top 150 i-Technology Heroes" for his work in creating and steering Agile software development. He co-authored the Manifesto for Agile Software
Development and the "Declaration of Interdependence," created the first Agile Software Development Conference, co-founded the Agile Project Leadership Network, served on the board of the AgileAlliance, designed the Crystal family of agile methodologies, and co-founded the International Consortium for Agile. Three of his books have won Jolt awards and been listed in "The Top 100 Best Software Books of All Time".
He consistently receives high ratings for his presentations and courses. Much of his material is online at http://Alistair.Cockburn.us.