Art of Agile Development Book Club

Announcing The Art of Agile Development book club!

Fridays from 8:00 – 8:45am Pacific, I host an online discussion inspired by the new edition of my book, The Art of Agile Development. Each session uses a chapter from the book as a jumping-off point for a wide-ranging discussion about Agile ideas and practices.

Attendance is free! Join us for a great discussion and a chance to win a free copy of my book.1

1Attendance is limited to 100 people on a first-come, first-served basis.

To learn more about The Art of Agile Development, see the book home page. You can buy a copy from Amazon or your favorite purveyor of software development books.

October 29th: Choose Your Agility

There are many ways to be Agile, and no one way is right for everyone. Which ones should you choose? We’ll discuss it in our October 29th book club session.

WhenOctober 29th, 8-8:45am Pacific (calendar invite)
WhereZoom link
Reading 📖 How to Be Agile
📖 Choose Your Agility

Discussion topics:

  • Which Agile ideas and fluency zones are important for your teams, and why?

  • Which aspects of Agile has your organization chosen to embrace, and how did it make that choice?

  • What does your organization want from Agile? How do its investments in agility reflect those goals?

  • If you could change anything, what would you improve about your team or organization’s approach to Agile?

Share your thoughts on the AoAD2 mailing list or Discord server, then bring your experiences and stories to the book club this Friday!

Past Sessions

Note: The Art of Agile Development Book Club sessions are recorded. By appearing on the show, you consent to be recorded and for your appearance to be edited, broadcast, and distributed in any format and for any purpose without limitation, including promotional purposes. You agree Titanium I.T. LLC owns the copyright to the entire recording, including your contribution, and has no financial obligations to you as the result of your appearance. You acknowledge that your attendance at the book club is reasonable and fair consideration for this agreement.

If you don’t want to be recorded, that’s fine—just keep your camera and microphone muted. You’re still welcome to attend!

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