Agile Sherpa: A Gentle Guide to the Agile Landscape
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"The Agile Sherpa website was an idea knocking around the VersionOne halls for the past four + years. We wanted to create a reference site for agile methods that provided an information hub for all things agile. A place that provided information with no axe to grind - no predisposition to any particular agile method or practice. A place to help folks get going and stay going along their journey to agility.
Our goal is to provide a platform for learning and sharing information about agile development practices and the agile community. Our hope is that Agile Sherpa continuously evolves - perpetually in beta and is never quite ‘done’. Kind of like the journey to agility itself. Inspect and adapt, my friend. --'About' page of AgileSherpa.org"
Intro to AgileThe first section of Agile Sherpa is a full-bodied introduction to agile development. It covers six categories of agile development including:
- What is Agile Development?
- Why Agile?
- A Brief History of Agile
- Team Workspaces
TrainingLooking to hone your skills, learn new techniques, or gain certifications? The training section has a full array of classes that are consistently added by the site moderators and community members . You can sort classes by month, region, trainer, or cost. Classes can be listed as either beginner, intermediate, or advanced.
EventsWant to find a conference or seminar in your area (or on the web)? The events section can provide you with a calendar of significant agile events. These can also be sorted by region and month. The listings also show the price. However, many are free.
CoachThe Coach section talks about all the various techniques that can be utilized in planning and practices. It covers planning and management categories such as:
- Product Planning
- Release Planning
- Iteration Planning
The Coach section also covers engineering practices:
- Test Driven Development
- Pair Programming
- Continuous Integration
- Emergent Design