In This Issue - Survey Results Edition
- 4th Annual State of Agile Development Survey Results
Download report from 2,570 participants from 88 countries
- 1st Annual Agile Salary Survey Results
Download report from 2,786 participants from 89 countries
- From Waterfall to Agile: An Exclusive Interview with VersionOne's Ian Culling
Video interview at DZone
- Call for Speakers Open for Agile 2010 in Nashville
Learn about becoming a speaker or about the conference
4th Annual State of Agile Development Survey Results
2009 was the fourth year the State of Agile Development survey was conducted. This year's survey saw 2,570 participants from 88 countries share their experiences. Survey questions range from size of organization to individual practices utilized.
Download the PDF here.
Our 3 participation prize winners have been randomly drawn and will be announced in the February Agile Chronicles pending their permission.
1st Annual Agile Salary Survey Results
The first annual Agile Salary survey was conducted and sponsored by VersionOne and ASPE-SDLC. Its goal was to report on whether the market values agile skills and if employers are willing to pay more for these skills. The report is based on data provided by 2,586 participants from 89 countries.
Download the report in PDF format here.
From Waterfall to Agile: An Exclusive Interview with VersionOne's Ian Culling
In this DZone video interview, Culling talks about agile vs. waterfall, domain complexity, and scaling agile beyond the project and departmental level. The benefits of co-locating and peer programming are also discussed.
Culling believes that successful agile methods are achieved through both a top-down program and a project-level, bottom-up movement. He concludes with some words of advice for companies that are just starting agile or increasing their agile efforts.
View the interview here.
Call For Speakers Open for Agile 2010 in Nashville
The Agile 2010 submission process will be somewhat different from past years. In previous years submissions were submitted to individual stages for consideration.
This year, interested presenters will submit abstracts that address one of the broad conference themes - Business, Technical, and Leadership & Organization. Once submitted, the program committee will identify and forward abstracts to the most appropriate stage for consideration.
Learn more about becoming a speaker here.
Review a more detailed outline of this year's submission process on the Agile 2010 blog here.
Learn more about the conference here.
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