Are you interested in learning how development team members can change their working style to be agile? Are you looking to learn how to improve developer engagement? Do you want to watch the benefits of agile technical practices in action? If yes, this hands-on demo is for you.

This interactive demo is designed as a role-play by the facilitators and the members of the audience. The facilitators will engage in a dramatized demo of common technical agility practices, sometimes involving the audience, so that the audience can themselves see their benefits in action.

Join this demo for living through the phases of attaining technical agility.

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Outline/Structure of the Hands on Session

  • Introduction
  • Is agility all about changing the processes?
  • What is Technical Agility?
  • Practice - 1 : Test Driven Development
    • Role Play
    • Debrief
  • Practice - 2: Behavior Driven Development
    • Role Play
    • Debrief
  • Practice - 3: Continuous Integration
    • Role Play
    • Debrief
  • A glimpse of few more practices
  • Summary
  • Q&A

Learning Outcome

  1. Realization that agility is not just about processes
  2. A Practical understanding of how a developer's life changes while adopting TDD
  3. A Practical understanding of how pair programming helps in making the developer's life better
  4. A Practical understanding of how the risk reduces drastically while adopting Continuous Integration

Target Audience

Beginners in Agility


No pre-requisite. The facilitators will use a single laptop in a pair programming/mob programming kind of environment to do the role-plays

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