Guide Refactoring With Behavioral Code Analysis

Many Java codebases contain code that is overly complicated, hard to understand, and hence expensive to change. It doesn’t have to be that way, and in this presentation you will see how easily obtained version-control data let

PopcornFlow: Making Change Continuous

Agile improvement without change is impossible. Yet, most people think about change as big, slow and scary. But what if you could make it infinitely small and learn to evolve fast, almost as fast as some of

Conducting Large Distributed Team Retrospectives

In this conversation, Luke Hohmann discusses a new approach to conducting enterprise retrospectives that overcomes the limitations of traditional models used in Scrum projects. A scaled retrospective is a meeting where multiple Agile teams come together to

The Dangers of Tribal Knowledge

Are you constantly tapped on the shoulder for answers? Tired of being the Google for your team? Or perhaps you are the new kid, having to ask a dozen different people to find answers to all your

Doing Agile Without Anyone Realizing It

A team whose output is mainly “business as usual” – a team that subs and publishes stories and distributes them around a network – might not seem like it lends itself to Agile processes. A team already