Please welcome Andy Hunt to AgileRTP who is speaking at our March meetup!
About this event:
THIS IS A VIRTUAL EVENT. Zoom details will be sent the day prior to those who RSVP.
Most software development methods are defined by “practices” you have to follow. In many cases, this emphasis on practices turns out to be a bad idea. Instead of practices, we advocate a simpler idea and more powerful idea of forming good habits.
Join Andy Hunt for a look at the pitfalls of practices, the role of rules and intuition in expertise, the benefits of effective habits, and most importantly, a discussion of which habits make the difference between business-as-usual and high-performing software development teams.
About our speaker: Andy Hunt is a programmer turned consultant, author and publisher. He’s authored over a dozen books including the best-selling The Pragmatic Programmer, was one of the 17 authors of the Agile Manifesto (agilemanifesto.org) and co-founded the Pragmatic Bookshelf (pragprog.com), publishing award-winning and critically acclaimed books for software developers. He’s currently writing science fiction (conglommora.com), composing music (strangespecial.com) and experimenting with The GROWS Method® (growsmethod.com).