Leaders of Agile: Best Practices for Agile Development with Kanban
Come to this SD Times Virtual Conference and bootstrap your efforts with Kanban and Lean Software Development. Unfamiliar with Kanban? You’ll learn all about it. Already going “lean”? You’ll walk away with tips, tricks and best practices to make your Kanban initiatives even more successful.
Lean software development is focused on removing inefficiencies and waste from your software development efforts.
Kanban is an increasingly popular system for scheduling your projects – it helps you define what to create, and how to limit your work items to ensure that applications are built on schedule and to very high quality.
Kanban – which originated as a just-in-time manufacturing process for Toyota – is synergistic with all development methodologies, including Agile methodologies like Scrum. Applying the lean principles of software development with Kanban actually makes your agile transition more effective.
This 2 ½ hour virtual conference – hosted by Kent Beck, the developer of Extreme Programming, and moderated by Alan Zeichick, the founder of SD Times – explores Kanban with a goal of helping you understand how it works, how it can improve your agile processes, and help yourorganization write better software faster than ever.
Host - Kent Beck- Kent Beck, one of the industry’s best-known agile practitioners, is the founder and director of Three Rivers Institute (TRI).
Speaker - Aslam Khan- Aslam Khan, a noted agile software development expert, has two decades of professional experience covering software architecture and development using design patterns, agile methodologies and various static and dynamic programming languages.
Speaker - Henrik Kniberg- Henrik Kniberg is an agile and lean software development coach based in Stockholm.
Moderator- Alan Zeichick- Editorial Director of SD Times
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