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Tuesday, July 29 • 09:00 - 10:15
Requirements, Product Ownership, and Other Misunderstood Concepts in Agile Development (Jeff Patton) FULL

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"Requirement" is a swear word to many in Agile development. In this talk, you'll learn why.



Jeff will describe how an Agile mindset changes a requirements gathering activity into collaborative work focused on understanding and solving problems for business and users. Jeff will explain Agile practices such as backlog building, user stories, and story mapping. You'll learn the flow of user stories from ideas and opportunities all the way through delivery to customers and users. Jeff will describe the difference between a product and project mindset and how to effectively use product discovery practices to understand your customers and users, identify solutions, and test those solutions early to validate that they have value before they're built. You'll leave with a good understanding of how requirements practice is different in Agile development, and the variety of practices and concepts used by Agile teams today.

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Jeff Patton

Chief Troublemaker, Jeff Patton & Associates
Jeff makes use of over 20 years of product design and development experience to help companies create great products.Jeff started in software development in the early 90s as a project leader and senior developer for a small software product company. There he learned that well written code, and fast delivery isnt the secret to success, its just table stakes. Its actually deep understanding of your customers and users coupled with a desire to... Read More →



Tuesday July 29, 2014 09:00 - 10:15
Miami