Agile Tech Talks (formerly deliver:Agile) is a series of virtual sessions that explore technical topics and focus on how to support Agile practitioners and grow good Agile engineering practices in remote settings. We’re keeping the spirit of the deliver:Agile conference, and turning it into an ongoing series of talks and workshops.
In the world of software development, dealing with legacy code is often a necessary evil, especially for successful, fast-growing companies. The design stamina hypothesis suggests that legacy code is a sign of success, not failure. But how do we tackle this challenge smartly? This talk delves into the often-misunderstood realm of large-scale refactoring and rewrites, presenting a nuanced approach that contrasts with the traditional ‘never rewrite’ dogma.
Each Agile Tech Talks event will feature technical experts who are leading the way in implementing Agile technical practices and thinking to improve software delivery.
Whether your interests and expertise are in coding, testing, data wrangling, UI/Ux, or leading technical delivery teams, Agile Tech Talks is designed to help you learn more about improving technical excellence in software delivery.
Agile Tech Talks sessions are now FREE for all Agile Alliance members. We briefly ran an experiment to make this a subscription series, but it’s now a member benefit.
If you’re an Agile Alliance member, you can view content from past Agile Tech Talks Sessions. Not yet a member? Learn more about the many benefits you gain while supporting our non-profit mission.
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Effective March 1, 2024, select membership levels will see a slight increase in dues, a change from our temporary reduction during the COVID-19 pandemic to support our community. Read more about the changes here.