Agile

Interviews

Steve Weisfeldt discusses mobile app performance Ensuring the Performance of Mobile Apps—on Every Device and Network: An Interview with Steve Weisfeldt
Podcast

In this TechWell interview, Steve Weisfeldt digs into the degree to which the introduction of mobile devices has changed the testing landscape. New testing challenges have arisen thanks to the many different network configurations phones and tablets have introduced. 

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Jeffery Payne discusses security testing in the mobile age The Importance of Security Testing in the Mobile Age: An Interview with Jeffery Payne
Video

Coveros CEO Jeff Payne goes into detail about his upcoming STARWEST 2014 tutorial, the importance of software testing in the mobile age, the most common types of breaches, and how he would have handled the recent security issues that Twitter encountered. 

Josiah Renaudin's picture Josiah Renaudin
Jeff Nielsen talks about the importance of trust in agile The Importance of Trust in Agile: An Interview with Jeff Nielsen
Podcast

In this interview, Jeff Nielsen, the senior vice president of engineering at 3Pillar Global, tells us about the key qualities of an effective agile team, the importance of trust in agile teams and how to establish it, and even some of the hot topics of programming today.

Alex Papadimoulis talks about his agile card game, Release! Make Agile Fun Again with Release!: An Interview with Alex Papadimoulis
Video

Alex Papadimoulis, the creator of Release!, an agile-based card game, sat down to talk about how gaming can strengthen a company's work culture and bring teams together, how Release! features industry practitioners and thought leaders, and the best conference swag he has ever gotten. 

Michael Vizdos talks about innivation games, collaboration, and agile testing Solving Real Problems through Collaborative Innovation Games: An Interview with Michael Vizdos
Video

Michael Vizdos shares his experiences with innovation games, collaboration exercises that dramatically improve the way people work together. Plus, Michael shares his perspective on what the agile and waterfall methods mean to the new generation of testers.

Jonathan Vanian's picture Jonathan Vanian
Diane Zajac-Woodie talks about where business analysts fit on agile teams How Agile Helped a Business Analyst Discover Her True Value: An Interview with Diane Zajac-Woodie
Video

Diane Zajac-Woodie sat down to discuss her upcoming presentation at Agile Development and Better Software Conference West 2014, why the business analyst role doesn't get the attention it deserves, how the BA role can make a difference on agile teams, and her alter ego as the Agile Squirrel.

Jay McFarling and Danielle Roecker talk about making mainframe technology agile Make Your Mainframe Systems and Technology More Agile: An Interview with Jay McFarling and Danielle Roecker
Podcast

Jay and Danielle talk about their presentation at Agile Development and Better Software Conference West 2014, why teams should care about their mainframe systems going agile, the role of legacy tech in an agile world, and some ways that teams can modernize their development practices.

John Holmes and David Nielson talk about transitioning to agile at the organizational level The Organization Must Change Before Going Agile: An Interview with John Holmes and David Nielson
Podcast

In this interview John Holmes and David Nielson talk about their upcoming presentation, what it takes for your organization to really go agile (and to stick with it), the role of technology in organizational changes, and the importance of marrying your agile and Scrum with change management.

Ken Schwaber talks about the next big idea for the Scrum framework The Origins and Future of Scrum: An Interview with Ken Schwaber

In this interview with Dr. Charles Suscheck, Ken Schwaber, one of the signatories of the 2001 Agile Manifesto, describes the first days of Scrum, the biggest threats to agile, and the next big idea in the Scrum framework: evidence-based management.

Charles Suscheck's picture Charles Suscheck
Jeff Dalton talks about transitioning a large organization to agile Agile Resiliency: An Interview with Jeff Dalton
Video

Jeff Dalton is an author, a consultant with more than twenty-five years of software process improvement experience, and president of Broadsword, a management-consulting firm. In this interview, Jeff talks about agile resiliency and large organizations making the agile transition.

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