6: What Agile Brings to Products & Teams

Agile is a buzzword that, for better or worse, has caused emotional reactions that are both negative and positive. It is a highly overused and misunderstood term in our industry but it has shaped the way web software has been built for years. Agile is a flexible set of tools and practices that enable businesses to rapidly produce software that is extremely versatile to change. It has spawned many variants in its implementation and has endured much scrutiny. Agile strives to create quality software that embraces collaboration & individuals over interactions.

James Shore (@JamesShore), creator of LetsCodeJavaScript.com (http://www.letscodejavascript.com/) and co-author of the book ‘The Art of Agile Development’ (http://shop.oreilly.com/product/9780596527679.do), talks with us in our 6th episode - ‘What Agile Brings to Products & Teams -Why TDD is Not Dead’.

This episode, at its core, is about Agile software development and how Test Driven Development (TDD) can help us, as programmers, build better quality software products & services. Development is not just about coding, it’s about people and working together to build software that can easily change and adapt over time. The way we build products & services varies in techniques & implementation depending on the project. By using one or many Agile methodologies such as TDD we may be able to get there faster and with a better degree of maintainability, quality, and user experience.

James is an author, thought leader, and software testing guru. He believes that great software development teams consistently deliver market success, technical success, and personal success for team members and stakeholders. He is one of the early pioneers of Agile software development and an incredible mentor.

Direct download: episode-6_what-agile-brings-to-products-and-teams_why-tdd-is-not-dead.mp3
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