Richardson will host the area’s first Agile Warrior Series event in January.
Top professionals in the agile space and developers will gather Jan. 31 on the University of Texas at Dallas campus for the Agile Warrior Series.
The full-day event will include sessions led by Bob Martin, co-creator of The Agile Manifesto, and Luke Hohmann, founder and CEO of Conteneo and Innovation Games. In between those sessions, the day will be split into three tracks — agile leadership, scaling and adoption, and high-performing teams.
” … Agile Warrior Series highlights the ultimate goal of building working software through teamwork, adjusting to change, and clear communication between developers and the business.”
“The Agile Manifesto has four values and 12 principles, with the majority of them focusing on building working software through collaboration and ensuring a quicker feedback look between development teams and customers,” said Jason Lindmeyer, Texas branch manager at Keyot and a presenter for Agile Warrior Series, in a statement to Dallas Innovates.
The Manifesto was created in 2001 by four developers to improve the software development process. Their four core values are: people over process and tools, working prototypes over excessive documentation, respond to change rather than follow a plan, and customer collaboration over rigid contracts.
“From our keynote, Bob Martin, all the way through to all of our presenters, Agile Warrior Series highlights the ultimate goal of building working software through teamwork, adjusting to change, and clear communication between developers and the business,” Lindmeyer said.
IF YOU GO
Agile Warrior Series
When: Doors open at 7:30 a.m.; sessions begin at 8:15 a.m.
Where: Davidson-Gundy Alumni Center at UT Dallas, 2501 Drive G, in Richardson
More Info: Learn more and sign up for the event here.
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