Moss Drake, Dentists Management Corp. (DMC)
In popular agile development a lot of emphasis has been on business agility and the interface between business and development teams.
Within development teams, however, agile has been a mixed bag. Some teams have experienced increased efficiency and effectiveness while others see agile as biz speak for “no rules.” To make agile practices work for both development and business, the ecosystem needs to understand and support the technical practices as well as project management practices.
This talk covers the generally accepted agile technical practices and examines how they support agility, efficiency and continuity for development teams. It is useful for testers who want to explore the topics in more detail, developers who want to see alternatives to their own processes, and managers who want to understand the ecosystem of technical practices.
- Continuous Delivery
- Pair Programming
- Common Code Convention
- Collective Code Ownership
- Revision Control
- Test-Driven Development
- Unit Testing
- Continuous Integration