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Agile is not a proscribed set of practices. It's a culture and a set of principles from which effective process can emerge. You cannot become agile \simply by learning Scrum. This class introduces you to true agility—the ability to quickly and effectively handle change in both requirements and the market. You learn how to create an effective agile culture and organizational structure by leveraging essential Agile/Lean principles. You'll also learn practical approaches to planning, governance, development practices, and more—everything you need to achieve real agility in your organization.
ARCHITECTURE UNDER STRESS
Traditional software systems simply don't work in agile environments. Changes are simply too difficult and time consuming. This practical, hands-on workshop guides you through the entire process of designing a system that can easily handle the stress of constantly changing requirements, from stories to code. You'll learn everything from agile-focused domain analysis and effective story creation to structural and physical architecture. You'll come away knowing how to build truly robust systems that are easily adaptable and highly scalable.
ConferencesO'Reilly Software Architecture Conference (NYC, April 2–5)
SDD 2017 (London, May 15–19)
User GroupsNothing scheduled right now. If you'd like me to speak to your group, get in touch
Allen Holub is one of the country’s foremost software architects. Allen speaks internationally about all things Agile, software architecture, and agile-friendly implementation technology. He provides in-house training and consulting in those areas. He excels at building highly functional Lean/Agile organizations and designing and building robust, highly scalable software suitable for agile environments. He's worn every hat from CTO to grunt programmer.
Allen is widely published. His works include 10 books, hundreds of articles in publications ranging from Dr. Dobb’s Journal to IBM DeveloperWorks), and video classes for Pluralsight (Swift in Depth, and Picturing Architecture) and O’Reilly (Design Patterns in the Real World).
Contact Allen+1 (510) 859-3620