Agile Development Facts and Fallacies
Meetup Title: Agile Development Facts and Fallacies
Date: April 6, 2022, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Organizers: Agile Gothenburg
Speaker: Vard Antinyan
Facilitators: Marina Bykova
Meetup Overview and Benefits
Software engineering is a relatively young discipline, and therefore its methodologies are under fluctuant formation. Agile, as a widely known methodology, has been employed by many software development organizations because it promises a working product over time and responsiveness to customers. Agile inherited little from its predecessors aiming to provide better support for software development, and as a consequence triggered hot discussions on the effectiveness of this or that Agile method. While Agile coaches have been working tirelessly to get answers and settle down these discussions, facts and figures emerged from the software engineering research community.
The purpose of this talk is to present research findings on Agile from the best empirical research and discuss how these facts align with the existing beliefs. The hope is that by doing so, we can arrive at deeper aspects of the truth about Agile, allowing us to make significant improvements in our ways of working with software.
The speaker will present research findings and initiate a discussion based on his beliefs on what these findings entail. The participants can then continue the discussion.
5:00 PM Welcome and networking
5:05 PM Presentation
5:50 PM Break
6:00 PM Discourse in the main session
6:30 PM Close
Vard Antinyan is the technical expert of software quality at Volvo Cars. He has a Ph.D. degree in software engineering from the University of Gothenburg. His research interests include software complexity, software metrics, software processes, and cognitive processes when working with software. He is a prolific writer for eminent software engineering magazines and journals.
Software developers, Agile coaches, software managers, software engineering students.
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