Join me live on Saturday, October 16th, 2021 at 10:00 PST on C# Corner Live show #40 where the show will have it’s very first panel (that includes a certified Scrum Master) show all about Agile! This will be a longer show so we can have a lively discussion all about the pros and cons of Agile. Must watch for all developers!
Send your questions in early by tweeting it to @RockinCodeWorld. You can also email your questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- The Panel – Here is the outline for the show:
- Each panel member will state their over all feelings about Agile.
- Stories of how Agile make the project they worked on more successful.
- Biggest Agile failure on a project or team.
- Agile pros and cons discussion.
- Take away from this discussion:
- If used properly Agile can be a powerful tool.
- Status of the project is always known.
- Danger signs to look out for.
- Prize give-a-way!
Mark Davis – Project Manager at Tallan
Mark has over 20 years of experience in development & project management across a very diverse set of development environments: financial, healthcare, automotive, and entertainment. I’ve been working primarily in Microsoft technologies and had my start in classic asp graduating up to C# beta 2 release in 2001 for a dot com startup company.
I’ve worked in the Scrum/Agile development arena since 2006 and currently working on getting my PSM1 certification (scrum.org).
Woody Pewitt -Director, Client Solution for Neudesic
Woody Pewitt has held about every job related to software development from developer, product manager, director or development, director of architecture, and many more in between. He enjoys using cutting-edge technologies to make software that wows the customer and then shares how it was built.
Before his time in software, Woody was an electronic technician in the United States Navy. Woody lives in San Diego and has three boys that keep him on the run!
Woody Zuill – Agile and Lean Software Development Guide and Coach (and the inventor of Mob Programming)
Woody Zuill is an Agile and Lean Software Development guide and coach who has been programming computers for almost 40 years. He is an originator and pioneer of the Mob Programming approach to teamwork in software development, and provides workshops and training on team software development. He is also a founder of the “No Estimates” discussion, and a frequent speaker at conferences and user group meetups.
Rod Nazaire – Certified Scrum Master/ Business Systems Analyst
Developer with 20+ years of experience but now working on technical architecture and requirements for developers. Bass/guitar player, musical director and founder of San Diego based rock band Bipolar Bear.