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SolutionsIQ: Automating Application Development, SAFe, and Other Takeaways from AgilePalooza Seattle

“How do we get the servers to be as responsive as our software development?” SolutionsIQ developer/coach Ben Tomasini asked this question last week at AgilePalooza in Seattle. It was just one of the many topics that he and a number … Continue reading

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Agile Portfolio Management, Continuous Integration and Scaling Agile Come to Agilepalooza

Agilepalooza Austin is set for December 6!  We are excited to share the thinking of our presenters, who are speaking on topics like continuous integration, scaling agile enterprise-wide, agile portfolio management, and more.   We’ve got six presenters total, and … Continue reading

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Disruption in Agile—Not a Question of if, But When

Guest Post by Russ Fletcher, Davisbase Consulting Since the development of the Agile Manifesto, agile has been heavily focused on “community.”  As a VP, trainer and coach for Davisbase Consulting, I am a huge believer in the power of community. … Continue reading

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AgilePalooza Seattle: A Brilliant Day of Agile with Hussman & Others

The splendid Seattle springtime weather may have made it more appealing to take a hike or soak up some rays on a Thursday afternoon, but a packed house of people turned out for AgilePalooza Seattle to enjoy a fun and … Continue reading

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13 Agile Events this Spring – We’re Gonna be Busy

I got an email this morning from our Community Manager listing all the agile events we’re doing this spring and wow – we’re gonna be busy! Scope out the list… Is one of these events in your area? Come out … Continue reading

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2 Great Talks on Lean Management & Story Mapping Coming to DC 3/20

If you’re in the DC area, or know someone who is, be sure to mark the calendar for March 20th. You won’t want to miss this great lineup of talks coming to AgilePalooza DC, including these two from our friends … Continue reading

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Agile in Miami is Off and Running

Miami, Florida is a beautiful city. The beaches. The food. The vibrant culture. Lebron James. Add a growing agile group to the list of pluses for this tropical metropolis. Thanks to an eager set of individuals at a recent AgilePalooza … Continue reading

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5 Things We Learned at AgilePaloozas in 2012

2012 was a great year of learning, collaboration and fun at AgilePalooza. We’ve crossed this great nation of ours, bringing stimulating talks on release planning, retrospectives, Lean thinking and more to project managers, developers, ScrumMasters and executives. As we retrospect, … Continue reading

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Agile Product Partners: Friends or Frenemies?

Guest post from Ellen Gottesdiener, founder & president of EBG Consulting   It continues to baffle me. Clients share their struggles managing three, four, or five different product owners (or, as we refer to them, product champions). Delivery teams end … Continue reading

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3 Tips to Engage Your Agile Software Community

At VersionOne, we’ve always been committed to connecting and energizing with our community of agile software development and project management professionals. Here are a few keys as you look to build community within your organization and beyond. 1. Let them run … Continue reading

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