Spring School - An Introduction to Agile Development

02/03/2009 - 18:30
02/03/2009 - 21:00

Speaker David Hicks

University of the West of England, Room 2B020 (see Venues)

In this introductory session David will describe the rationale for Agile, the benefits, the similarities and differences, strengths and weaknesses of the different leading Agile approaches.

The spring school is now full

David is a Founder Member of the Agile Alliance and Managing Director of Agile services company RADTAC. He has been working in Iterative/Agile methods for 20 years and his first paper on the subject was published by the BCS in 1998. David is a certified APLN Agile Leadership Practitioner and is certified in Scrum and DSDM as a practitioner and trainer. He has been responsible for many Agile project deliveries, several enterprise-wide Agile rollouts at large blue-chip organisations and is a regular speaker on the Agile conference circuit.

See the campus map. Lecture theatre 2B020 is in B block (marked B - the "coffee filter" shape in the north west quarter of the map) and parking is advised in CP2 or CP3.

David's Slides

David has provided a copy of his slides from the talk.
Stuart