Type: Symposium Track Session Track: Business Analysis
Tuesday October 31 1:15pm to 2:15pm Credits: 1 PMI PDU - Technical
This session addresses the persistent myth that Agile Design is an oxymoron as there is no place for design in Agile; that design and architecture will magically emerge as we code. The participants will learn what the dangers of purely emergent design are, as well as what constitutes ‘just enough design. The session will then address the key design and architecture concepts and techniques that the participants can use on their Agile Projects
Learn the importance of just enough design upfront
Learn key Agile design and architectural concepts and techniques
Learn how good design and architecture drives business value
Timothy Guay Principal Consultant, AgileWorks Tim Guay is a leader in Lean Agile best practices with a proven track record as a team member, trainer and coach. He is experienced in introducing Agile and Lean into organizations, providing Agile and Lean training and coaching, as well as Agile developer best practices. Tim is well-versed in both the traditional waterfall and Agile software development processes at both the team and enterprise level.
Has delivered Agile training and coaching to a wide-range of organizations from start-ups to Fortune 50 corporations since 2002. He has also developed, co-developed and acted as technical editor on a wide-varity of Scrum, Agile, and Lean Six Sigma courseware. He is an ICAgile Authorized Instructor, and is approved by the Scrum Alliance to teach the CSD and CSP courses for REPs. As a coach he is a Certified Professional Agile Coach.
Tim sits on the ICAgile DevOps Certification Committee, and has presented at conferences.