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Intro to Agile

Speaker:

Jay Smith

Abstract:

In today’s world of software development the challenge of delivering quality value added software quickly and often have brought rise to a new approach in software development. Agile software development is becoming a widely proven and accepted alternative to heavy up front software development. There are many misconceptions with the processes and practices of Agile software development. This sessions is designed to give you a grounding on concepts that are used in many forms of Agile development including Scrum and Extreme Programming.

Bio:

Jay Smith is a Lead Programmer Analyst with Tyson Foods, Inc., based in Fayetteville, AR. Prior to joining Tyson Foods in April 2, 2001, Jay worked as a Windows Server Engineer for Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.in Bentonville, AR. Jay has worked on a variety of web based applications for internal use, as well as, worked with internal teams to improve team efficiency and developer practice adoption. Jay focuses on building, growing, and enhancing the developer community in the Northwest Arkansas area while specializing in Software Architecture, Agile Practices (Scurm and Extreme Programming), and ASPNET MVC.

Recorded At:

Tulsa School of Dev (http://schoolofdev.com)

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