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.
In your experience, why do things not get done with tech and code? What gets in your way? What causes you to wait? What causes re-work? Join Andy Kwong, Rei Pamintuan, Aaron Griffith, and Austin Chadwick as they not only share horror stories of things not getting done in their past but also share joyous stories of things actually getting done today with Mob Programming. First, they will discuss the wastes that cause all the madness with flow. Next, they will explain and demonstrate how mob programming has eliminated these wastes in their context. Lastly, they will facilitate a lean coffee discussion on these topics to engage with you on these topics.
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.
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.
*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
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