This week I attended the annual Intel Agile and Lean Development Conference. This is the third time I have attended,1 and IMHO, it was the best by far. The conference was better arranged, having a basic day, an advanced day, and a day of keynotes with industry experts. For the first time, Intel invited members of the community.
Throughout the conference I took a bunch of notes. These are some of the resources mentioned in the classes and keynotes I attended.
I record them here so I can find them later. Maybe they’ll be useful for you, too. Continue reading Agile and Lean Development Conference Resources 2014
Intel held its annual Agile and Lean Development Conference earlier this week. I and many in my team attended. Most of us attended last year, but we pulled in a couple more this year.
We’re excited about the changes we’ll make re how we get stuff done.
Here are a few of the books and resources mentioned in the sessions I attended. Continue reading Agile and Lean Development Conference Bookshelf
It’s Friday the 13th — what better way to spend it then attending AgilePalooza? I added to my reading list today.
I added these books to my interesting books page. Do you have a favorite Agile book to recommend to me?
UC Berkeley offers its CS169 Software as a Service class online for free.
Software Engineering – Ideas and techniques for designing, developing, and modifying large software systems. Function-oriented and object-oriented modular design techniques, designing for re-use and maintainability. Specification and documentation. Verification and validation. Cost and quality metrics and estimation. Project team organization and management. Students will work in teams on a substantial programming project.
Agile is a major component. Useful links:
You won’t get any credit for taking this course online, just knowledge.