Agile is for Wimps: Software Development in the 21st Century

The naive implementation of old-school agile, invented in the 1990s and aimed at small, co-located teams, actually works remarkably well. Since that time, not only have we learned Why it works, but also how to use that Why to approach larger, more difficult, and even quite different problems.

This keynote introduces the modern science of designing in teams. It includes ideas, strategies and techniques not found in the standard agile texts. Learn how the best teams make use of the ideas presented to deliver unexpected good results.