Agile Tech Talks

Free Online Learning Sessions for Agile Alliance Members

Deliver better software by growing your technical practices and improving developer experiences

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.

Agile Tech Talks

In Search of a Software Developer's Utopia

Wednesday, November 8 • 11 AM – 12:30 PM ET

In this workshop, we’ll explore what a software developer’s utopian workplace could be like. What is the future of work from a software developer’s point of view? What characteristics of work let you just get on with your work while loving what you do? We’ll look at everything from benefits and career paths to equipment and colleagues.

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What can I expect?

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.

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Who Should Attend?

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.

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Are there any costs?

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.

Agile Tech Talks On-Demand Content

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.

Getting Things Done with Mob Programming
Andy Kwong, Rei Pamintuan, Aaron Griffith, and Austin Chadwick share not only horror stories of things not getting done in their past, but also joyous stories of things actually getting done today – with Mob Programming.
Security – Past, Present, Future
In this panel, we explored the history of security and Agile technical practices. We also looked to the future to consider the possibilities of how Agile technical practices and security can and will evolve together.

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Your membership enables Agile Alliance to offer a wealth of first-rate resources, present renowned international events, support global community groups, and more — all geared toward helping Agile practitioners reach their full potential and deliver innovative, Agile solutions.

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