My favourite Agile tweets – January 2017

In my opinion it’s a form of art to tweet really deep thoughts in 140 characters. Here is a short list of my favourite Agile tweets from January 2017. A driving license does not prove skill in driving. It only shows that you have passed a driving test. Same...

1st conference interview

The Speaker Interview for the 1st Conference is available now: http://www.1stconf.com/blog/2017/1/27/1st-conference-speaker-interview-gabor-devenyi Thanks to Ringo Thomas and of course the...

The 5 Agile monkeys

I was lucky to present recently both at Agile Australia and LAST conference in 2016. One of my speeches was a 5 minute lightning talk about the 5 Agile monkeys. In case you missed it, here is a short summary. Sometimes we behave like monkeys. We imitate others, we...

Agile principles: 2. Welcome changing requirements

The second principle of Agile is about welcoming changing requirements, even late in the development. In every software development change requests will pop up regularly. No one knows exactly how the end-product should look like. Even if you have a quite good picture...

Agile principles: 8. Motivated and trusted individuals

8. Projects are based around motivated individuals, who should be trusted This is one of my favourite principles. There are two points that I would like to elaborate. The first is the word “trusted“. Giving trust can make wonder. As Ernest Hemingway...

Agile principles: 7. Face-to-face conversation

I’ve decided to write about the 12 Agile principles in no particular order. I can only write about my experience, but hopefully it will still provide useful information for you. The 7th Agile principle is: Face-to-face communication is the best form of...