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REFACTORING THE REVOLUTION (Occupy as an Agile project) Some Guy On Bridge Notacon 9 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

REFACTORING THE REVOLUTION (Occupy as an Agile project) Some Guy On Bridge
Notacon 9

Synopsis

The “Occupy Wall Street” movement and it’s offshoot in Occupy Cleveland may look like anarchy: nobody’s in charge, there are hippies all over, and there’s not much of an overall plan. But in fact, it’s more like anarchy: the teams are self-organizing, it’s full of individual initiative, and the plan keeps adapting to circumstances.

 

Yes, the Revolution has gone Agile. Come find out how we honor people over process, perform continuous integration, don’t repeat ourselves, create customer value, hold iteration retrospectives, and do the simplest things that could possibly work!

Bio

Some Guy on Bridge is just some guy. He lives on Bridge Avenue. He has rattled cages, made trouble, and fought The Man ever since commandeering a high school newspaper in Connecticut in the 1980s. Now he splits his time between software development and Making Cleveland Not Suck.

 

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