I’ll be in Orlando next week presenting at Agile 2010. I have two presentations, one stand alone and one with Ryan Shriver. My first presentation is “Scaling Software Agility: Advanced Practices for the Agile Enterprise. There, I will cover some of the advanced practices that are described in my new book Agile Software Requirements: Lean Requirements Practices for Teams, Programs and the Enterprise.
Here’s the description from the Agile 201o Website:
Dean Leffingwell describes how rapidly advancing agile methods are being successfully applied to enterprise-class software development. He describes emerging practices including: lean requirements practices that scale to the full needs of the enterprise, intentionally emergent architectures, achieving strategic alignment and product development flow with the Agile Release Train, a kanban system for re-architecting large-scale systems, and strategies for agile portfolio management.
|Day and Time:||Wednesday, 11 August 2010, 09:00 – 10:30|
A copy of the presentation is here:
My second presentation is with Ryan Shriver:
|Thursday 15:30-17:00||Non-Functional Requirements, Agile Style||Ryan Shriver, Dean Leffingwell||Tutorial||E-1|