Stories, Pair Programming & More: Top Must-Have Agile Techniques/Best Practices

Date: May 20, 2014  - Available on-demand for a limited time!

Join moderator John K. Waters and a panel of experts as they discuss essential best practices for successful enterprise Agile.

The expert panel shares real-world examples and anecdotes illustrating what separates a successful implementation from a not-so successful one. In this webcast you will:

  • Gain valuable insight into the top must-have agile techniques
  • Learn strategies and tips for implementing successful enterprise Agile

Take advantage of this unique opportunity to learn from the experts!

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John K. Waters
, Editor-at-Large for ADTmag,com

Dr. Mark Balbes is VP of Architecture at Asynchrony Solutions and leads multiple Agile projects for government and Fortune 500 companies. He has led teams ranging in size from a handful of software developers to multi-national engineering departments with development centers in the U.S., Canada, and India. As a popular ADTmag columnist, better known as “The Agile Architect,” he provides both technical and thought leadership around Agile development, Agile architecture, and Agile project management.

Matt Philip is a learning and development architect at ThoughtWorks, a global IT consultancy providing Agile-based systems development and consulting services. He has worked in software development as a coach, trainer, quality advocate, and facilitator, helping organizations and teams to create better software by transitioning to, and maturing in, a hybrid of Agile methodologies. He is especially passionate about Lean-Kanban, Continuous Improvement, and Motivational Design.

Jason Tice is director of the Agile coaching and training practice at Asynchrony Solutions and an instructor for Agile training at Washington University’s Center for the Application of Information Technology (CAIT). For more than a decade, he has guided large commercial and government organizations to successful integration of Agile and Lean principles and practices. He is a frequent contributor to “The Agile Factor” blog and a regular co-host on the “This Agile Life” podcast.