Featuring video Libraries of Agile2011 and Agile2012 keynote talks and special events, and selected full-length Conference Sessions including a wide variety of subject matter. Learn from the world's most interesting voices, most prominant thought leaders and seasoned practitioners. You will find talks and tutorials for all experience levels.
Experience Reports tell of firsthand agile experiences and lessons their authors learned along the way. By reading about diverse experiences, agile teams and individuals can come to realize the similar challenges they share and be inspired by how others continue to find ways to improve their work environment and practices.
The Guide is our comprehensive list of Agile practices. Each practice comes with a full description in a consistent format; it includes a succinct definition, expected benefits and common mistakes, origins and history of the practice, and links to academic studies where they exist providing evidence of the practice's impacts in practice.
These research papers are published by Agile Alliance in collaboration with IEEE. To view the research papers, you’ll need to be logged into your membership account.
The Agile Alliance Digital Library Program is a collection of references to articles relevant to Agile practice. Some are hosted locally, most live elsewhere on the Internet.
The Conference Archive is our permanent record of sessions held at the annual conference. It provides easy access to conference descriptions and supporting materials (papers, presentations, and videos).
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We also maintain a listing of recently-published books, either written by members of the Alliance on Agile-related topics, or recommended by members.
We maintain an index of independent agile user groups worldwide. These groups are not necessarily affiliated with the Alliance; we present them here as a community service.
The Agile Journal publishes original content articles on a wide variety of Agile topics and is directed by Liz Barnett who was Forrester’s lead analyst on Agile Development until this year.
DZone is a technology publishing company that produces valuable content for software architects, developers, and IT managers. Its Agile community (agile.dzone.com) provides authoritative content on a wide range of agile topics for development teams and project managers.
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