The definition of Agile is the ability to create and respond to change. Ultimately dealing with and succeeding in an uncertain or turbulent environment. I think we can all say with confidence that in the world of software development, being agile and agreeable to change helps you learn faster, connect with others better, and makes coding more fun.
Today we are talking about the agile framework of software developers, its significance in the workplace and the familiar steps an agile process takes to go from a project’s concept, to the physical minimum viable product.
- [03:00] What is Agile?
- [04:43] Agile Software Development
- [15:44] Agile Manifesto For Agile Software Development
- [16:00] 4 values
- [19:33] 12 Principles
- [34:07] Benefits
- [35:45] Drawbacks
- [38:34] What is Scrum?
- [44:05] Careers in scrum
- [53:56] Shout-Outs
- The agile Manifesto
- The Agile Subway Map
- Scrum Alliance Certifications
- SAFe Certifications
Here is this episode's transcript.