In the 11 years since the Agile Manifesto was created, the adoption of agile concepts
has continued to grow. The number of agile user groups, conferences, and books is
a strong indication that more and more people are at least exploring the idea, if not
working to improve their adoption and execution. This growth has been so significant
that Gartner has declared that “agile is now mainstream”.
Along with this growth in adoption and exploration of agile, the number of myths
surrounding agile has grown as well.
Listen to this episode of the Zero to Agile podcast series on Agile Myths with my guests Steve Porter, Joel Semeniuk, and Ramiro Millan
To help you get a better understanding of the principles and values of the Agile Manifesto, I have prepared for you an eBook called "Top 30 Agile Myths - Busted!" Follow @Team_Pulse on Twitter and within 24 hours you'll receive the download link as a direct message.
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About the guests:
Joel Semeniuk is a founder of Imaginet Resources Corp., a Canadian based Microsoft Gold Partner. Currently, Joel is also serving as an Executive VP at Telerik in charge of the Agile Project Management Division. He is also a Microsoft Regional Director and MVP Microsoft ALM and has a degree in Computer Science. With over 18 years of experience, Joel specializes in helping organizations around the world realize their potential through maturing their software development and information technology practices. Joel is passionate about Application Lifecycle Management tooling, techniques, and mindsets and regularly speaks at conferences around the world on a wide range of ALM topics. Joel is also the co-author of “Managing Projects with Microsoft Visual Studio Team System” published by Microsoft Press as well as dozens of other articles for popular trade magazines.
Steve Porter is a senior ALM consultant working for Imaginet, a global provider of ALM services. Steve currently serves as the product owner for TeamPulse, an Agile project management software tool. Previous to this assignment, he has worked with multiple organizations in assisting them with their adoption of Agile software development practices. One of his current passions is on helping people and organizations better understand and use the Scrum framework. He currently holds all of the available certification levels offered by Scrum.org and is a certified trainer for each of these designations. He has also authored official supporting material for the recent Scrum guide updates written by Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland.
Ramiro Millan is an Agile Process Consultant at Telerik.
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