Topic: agile 2016

Agile 2016 conference asks: What does agile mean today?

Agile has been around for more than a decade, but is the agile of yesterday still relevant for the agile of today or tomorrow? It is a question industry thought leaders explored at the recent Agile 2016 conference in Atlanta. Jim Newkirk, vice president of cloud development at CenturyLink and the moderator of the Agile … continue reading

Agile 2016: VersionOne’s Summer 2016 release, Scrum.org’s PSM assessment, Tempo Timesheets and more

The Agile 2016 conference kicked off in Atlanta this week with about 2,500 attendees coming to learn about agile and find out if they are doing it right. “It is very clear to me that this ‘agile thing’ is alive and well in Atlanta,” said Phil Brock, managing director of the Agile Alliance. (Related: Agile … continue reading

Agile 2016: Agile is old, we need to make it modern

There is an important conversation developers need to be having in the agile community, and it doesn’t involve scaling, according to Joshua Kerievsky, CEO of Industrial Logic, an agile consulting firm. He kicked off Agile 2016’s Wednesday morning with a keynote on modern agile. “It is like seeing someone with a really big, fat, [and] … continue reading

Agile 2016: How to measure your DevOps initiatives

ATLANTA — You’ve heard the benefits of DevOps, and you’ve decided to move your teams to this way of working. But how do you know if you are doing it right? Metrics are key indicators for businesses to figure out whether or not they are making the right decisions, but often they aren’t choosing the … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Agile 2016: Scrum is not done yet, and neither are you

Scrum has been around for the past 21 years, with Scrum.org fueling and supporting the methodology since 2009. According to the organization, today about 90% of teams use Scrum, and more than 1 million people have taken the Scrum.org assessments. But with the recent innovations and ever-changing trends in the software development space, is there … continue reading

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