Learn new, innovative agile approaches at the Better Software Conference & EXPO…
Characterized by lightweight processes and short, iterative delivery cycles, Agile development has revolutionized the software industry to keep up with the rapidly changing nature of the Web-based economy. Agile development practices respond positively to the inevitable changes that occur in software projects and stress the value of collaboration between the development team and the customer.
Gain access to leading industry experts delivering the latest agile techniques at the Better Software Conference & EXPO.BETTER SOFTWARE CONFERENCE & EXPO 2006
June 26-29, 2006 * Las Vegas, Nevada
Development Lifecycle Practices:
TESTING & QA
SECURITY & SPECIAL TOPICS
MANAGING PROJECTS & TEAMS
PROCESS IMPROVEMENT & MEASUREMENT
Conference Web site:
Conference Brochure: http://www.sqe.com/downloads/bettersoftwareconf.pdf
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IN-DEPTH, ONE-DAY PRECONFERENCE TUTORIALS AND WORKSHOPS
– Agile Productivity Metrics
Michael Mah, QSM Associates
– Introduction to Agile Practices
Robert Martin, Object Mentor
– Scrum: Project Management for Agile Software Development
Jean Tabaka, Rally Software Development Corporation
– Test Automation for Agile Development
Linda Hayes, Worksoft, Inc
– Agile Retrospectives: A Team Leader’s Guide
Esther Derby, Esther Derby Associates, Inc.
– Use Cases for Agile and Traditional Development
Alistair Cockburn, Humans and Technology
– Agile Estimating and Planning
Mike Cohn, Mountain Goat Software
– FIT for Requirements Collaboration
James Shore, Titanium I.T.
– Risk Management on an Agile Project
Michele Sliger, Rally Software Development
– Fishing for Requirements in an Agile Project
Jennitta Andrea, clearstream Consulting, Inc.
– Leadership–The Forgotten Element of Agile Development
Michael Portwood, Spectra Intelligent Marketing
– Agile Development and Its Impact on Productivity
David Garmus, The David Consulting Group
– Even the Best Get Stuck: Transitioning to Agile Development
Alex Pukinskis, Rally Software Development