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In The Zone with Marcin Zasepa

Welcome to the second in our new series, ‘in the zone’, a collection of conversations with CTO’s within the CTO Zone community. Each week we’ll be discussing the latest trends, insights gained from there experiences, and future predictions for their industry. This week we’d like to welcome Marcin Zasepa, CTO at Homegate AG in Switzerland. Every episode will be approximately 30 minutes

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In The Zone with Sasha Bilton

Welcome to the first in our new series, ‘in the zone’, a collection of conversations with CTO’s within the CTO Zone community. Each week we’ll be discussing the latest trends, insights gained from there experiences, and future predictions for their industry. This week we’d like to welcome Sasha Bilton. Every episode will be approximately 30 minutes long, and we aim

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Is Low-Code Development a Threat to Software Engineering?

Low-code development platforms (LCDPs) – a term first coined by research firm Forrester in 2014 – provide an environment for programmers to create application software through graphical user interfaces and configuration – like drag and drop – over traditional computer programming, which can often require millions of lines of code. The platforms’ capabilities ‘enable rapid delivery of business applications with

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How to be a Protagonist and Use Your Leadership Skills to Help Others

At our last Women’s Tech Focus event – WTF is…Leadership? we had the first person outside of 101 Ways take part in our WTF Standup initiative. That brave woman was Aj Wilson – QA Engineer, unicorn and all-round champion of women. Oh, and did we mention she can also deliver babies? Her talk focused on leadership and how you can

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100 Powerful Agile PM Techniques

I really like this composition of 100 agile techniques by Steve Drumm.  A really nice summary of alot of different management tools, nicely presented too 🙂 Take a look: http://pm-training.net/agile-development-methodology-wiki/100agiletechniques/ Kelly.

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UK Agile Awards

hi all, if you’d like to see someone recognised for the great work they’ve done, why not nominate them for the UK agile awards.  Lots of categories to choose from! View categories and nominate here Kelly.

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Online Scrum Training

Over 80% of software projects in the world today are run using the Scrum framework. Big companies sometimes offer their own training programmes, but often Agile Scrum Masters take courses from one of a growing number of registered training companies. Every now and then I am asked to look at online training for Scrum and recently I had a look at Simplilearn’s ASM course.

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Agile Awards

hi all, I’m nominated for the Agile Awards ‘most popular online contributor’ this year for this blog. If you have found it useful, your vote would be much appreciated: https://www.theagileportal.com/awards/voting/online_contributor Many thanks! Kelly.

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'Agile Executive' – workshop with Kelly Waters on 28 Sep 2015

Hi everyone, I recently ran my first ever public workshop – a 1 day workshop called ‘Agile Executive’ which focuses on topics to help managers and executives that are embarking on or part of an agile transformation. I am running another session on 28th September – details below… ‘Agile Executive’ Creating an organisation that is fast moving, dynamic and more

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Fear is Waterfall

This article was written by Haran Rasalingam and was first published on thetrainline engineering blog The big selling point of Agile is the fast return on investment it promises. But what excites me most about Agile is its emphasis on people – agility done well injects humanity back into activities which Waterfall has made bureaucratic and devoid of care. In short, care does

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Agile Management Made Easy!

All About Agile

By Kelly Waters

“’Agile’ is one of the biggest buzzwords of the last decade. Agile methods often come across as rather more complicated than they really are. This book is an attempt to unravel that complexity. To simplify the concepts. This book breaks the concepts into small bite-sized pieces that are easy to understand and easy to implement and delivers the message in a friendly and conversational style. Allaboutagile.com is one of the most popular blogs about agile on the web. ”

Kelly Waters

Agile 101 is available to purchase. GAME ON!

Agile 101

Emma Hopkinson-Spark

“Whilst there are lots of ways you can vary the game depending on the teams you have and the learning outcomes you want, the basic flow of the game play is common to all.”
Emma Hopkinson-Spark

Why did we make the game?

How to play the game?

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