OOP 2011 in Munich - Martin Fowler and Jez Humble Present on Agile Methodologies
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Jez Humble, ThoughtWorks Studios’ (www.thoughtworks-studios.com) build and release principal for the Agile release management product, Go™, and author of the highly acclaimed book, Continuous Delivery.
WHAT: Continuous Delivery – Jez Humble and Martin Fowler
Mon., Jan. 24, 2011
This tutorial outlines the principles and technical practices that enable rapid, incremental delivery of high quality, valuable and new functionality to users and includes many interactive exercises. Through automation of the build, deployment and testing process, and improved collaboration, teams can have changes released continuously.
At the heart of the tutorial is a pattern called the deployment pipeline, which involves the creation of a living system that models your organization’s value stream for delivering software. Humble will introduce this pattern and discuss how to incrementally automate the build, test and deployment process, culminating in continuous deployment. He will then describe an Agile infrastructure to automate the management of testing and production environments. Development practices that enable incremental development and delivery will be covered at length as well as how practices such as branch by abstraction and componentization provide approaches that enable large and distributed teams to deliver incrementally.
Keynote: Software Design in the 21st Century – Martin Fowler
Tues., Jan. 25, 2011
In the last decade or so we have seen a number of new ideas added to the mix to help us effectively design software. Patterns help capture the solutions and rationale for using them. Refactoring allows us to alter the design of a system after the code is written. Agile methods, in particular Extreme Programming, give us a highly iterative and evolutionary approach which is particularly well suited to changing requirements and environments. Fowler has been a leading voice in these techniques and will give a suite of short talks featuring various aspects about his recent thinking about how these and other developments affect software development.
WHERE: OOP 2011 Conference
ICM International Congress Center