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Agile Basics (A Getting Started Guide)

A basic overview of why and how to start an agile project.

Wes Williams

on 19 May 2013

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Transcript of Agile Basics (A Getting Started Guide)

Agile makes
issues visible values practices user story build
project early defects TDD requirements
issues continuous
integration 3. eliminate
redundancy 1. write a test
that fails It is up to the team to get creative and fix these issues self-organizing http://agilemanifesto.org/ timed-boxed
iterations continuous improvement Who is the team in Agile minimize waste prioritize
(1 - n) publish
results watch
code team reflects on how
to become more effective green refactor intense collaboration 2. make the
code work continuous attention to
technical excellence broken builds iterative & incremental delivery focus on customer value daily stand-ups http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extreme_programming_practices communication
issues embrace changing requirements build backlog http://agilemanifesto.org/principles.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scrum_(development) timed-boxed release cycles principles red run
tests plan the iteration Waterfall
hides these issues collective code
ownership delivered features Business Product Marketing Team Project Manager Implementation Coach Developers Testers User Experience (UX) Simple but not Demo
Retrospective Not an exhaustive list!
Should include everyone required to deliver! Individuals and interactions over processes and tools Individuals and interactions over processes and tools
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