Videos about agile software development
Google TechTalks April 28, 2006
Brion Vibber has worked on MediaWiki and Wikipedia's servers for four years, watching ... all over its frightening growth from thousands to millions of pages, from dozens to thousands of hits per second. Over four years, MediaWiki has evolved from a quick hack to run a little-known encyclopedia web site to the monster engine behind a heavily-used public site, while maintaining the simplicity needed for an entry-level intranet wiki. Brion reviews past and future directions for Wikipedia's software and hardware, and how modern buzzword technologies could power and simplify the wiki world.
Mary Poppendieck's presentation about competing on the basis of speed
What is scrum?
Scrum is the most popular and successful of agile project management methodologies. Its success lies in its simplicity and versatility. The method is easy to grasp and put to use right away but requires discipline to master.
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