For discussing how to learn, apply and evangelize Lean-Agile Software Development and/or Scrum, TDD, TOC, Kanban, etc. within the context of Lean. Alan Shalloway of Net Objectives is the group moderator. Discussion on any related topic is encouraged. No spam is allowed.
This group is a place for all conversations relating the production of code - including test, code and design. Topics such as test-driven-development, emergent design, design patterns, code quality, and anything related are welcome. This user group was formed by several technical trainers and coaches of Net Objectives who are active on the site, however, it is open to all.
It is called "Lean Programming" because Net Objectives believes that the philosophy and paradigm of Lean is useful in software development. Therefore this user group is primarily for discussing software development in a Lean-Agile manner. However, any design, code or test question is welcome.
The purpose of this group is to create a community of practice of people interested in using and learning more about Net Objectives' Business Driven Software Development. BDSD works at the business, management and team levels. It incorporates many methods including Lean-Thinking, product portfolio management, Kanban, TDD, ATDD, design patterns and more. Open conversation is invited and all skill levels are welcome.However joining the group implies your desire to lean how to use Net Objectives' methods. Skepticism with a goal for learning is welcome. Argumentative conversations are not. People know the difference.
Note: Consultants and employees of competitors of Net Objectives should not request membership on this group. Your request to join certifies that you are not in this category and represents an agreement that if you switch jobs and become a competitor that you will drop out of the group.
This is for anyone interested in learning more about SAFeTM.
This user group is intended for SAFeTM Program Consultants to discuss SAFeTM.
Al Shalloway often shows up at this local user group on SAFeTM.