James Grenning Shares the 3 Critical Skills of Refactoring with Agile Amped at AATC2016


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Agile Manifesto signatory James Grenning is your Agile wingman: when you need Agile technical coaching help, he can do it all. For Agile Alliance Technical Conference 2016, he’s focusing on the three critical skills of refactoring:
1. Detecting smells in code.
2. Bright idea about how to build the code differently
3. How to transform the code into the new state

James also talks about how Agile has changes since years ago when he signed the Agile Manifesto. One of the biggest changes: the majority of the signatories were developers and tech-minded individuals, but largely Agile has become more focused on process management.

James Grenning trains, coaches and consults worldwide bringing modern technical and management practices to embedded systems development. He is the author of Test-Driven Development for Embedded C (http://wingman-sw.com/tddec). He invented Planning Poker, and participated in the creation of the Manifesto for Agile Software Development.

SolutionsIQ’s Neville Poole hosts.

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