My interview on InfoQ about “Test-first approaches with TDD and BDD” is live. Go check it out. And come to the Agile Practitioners conference to experience these things yourselves!
Category Archives: Agile Practitioners
Loved Agile Practitioners 2015. Here are the slides about #NoEstimates and our foiled planning attempts.
You know what’s the best way to start the year? Going over success rates of projects! The Standish Group has been publishing the CHAOS report for more than twenty years now. I wasn’t surprised to find that they still use the same criteria for success and failure of projects. Here’s a summary of the CHAOS
I had a great fun presenting at the Agile Practitioners meet-up today on “The New Agile”. Good feedback, and feels like a keynote. Here are the “New Agile” slides. The New Agile
It’s that time again. It’s going to be busy so try to keep up. On Oct 21st, I’m giving a presentation called “The New Agile” at the Agile Practitioners Meetup. The talk is about what’s hot and making the waves in the agile world. On Nov 13th, I’ll do the “TDD Patterns” talk at Agile
New year! So where can you find me next?Well, I’ll tell you.In the end of January, I’m going once again to the Agile Practitioners conference in Israel. The theme this year is “Learn from the best”, but since the best was busy, they got me instead. I’m going to talk about “Unit testing: the Prequel”
It’s a few days now after the Agile Practitioners 2013 Conference. Great people make great conferences, and they certainly did this time. I spent most of my time meeting and talking with people, and I also enjoyed some great sessions too. This was a local conference (for me anyway) and I got a different vibe,
It’s time to talk about when I’m going to talk next. January 29-30th is Israeli 2nd annual Agile Practitioners conference. While having a 2nd year in a row in Israel is a success by itself. But wait, there’s more. Keynoting are Dan North and Boris Gloger, with more international speakers, as well as some of
In our recent meet-up at the Agile Practitioner group, there was good talk about non-functional requirement testing. One of the first questions we discussed was how come non-functional requirements are second-class citizens. Usually they are patched on the app as an afterthought, and like any last effort, we botch it up. One of the answers
One of the questions I got in my Agile Practitioners talk startled me. Actually, it wasn’t the question that startled me, it was how I answered. I was talking about why you cannot say “our organization is going agile” while saying: “we’ll get our developers into that agile business in a year”. I know it