I’ll be speaking about chaotic agility at the Agile RTP meetup in August.
Chaotic agility is a phrase describing why I believe agility works: the science behind it models an amazingly accurate picture of a typical development project. Most of us will agree that agile teams produce better software on time and for less money. But few of us question why agility works. By better understanding the science behind agility, we will stop trying to manufacture and control software and instead allow it to emerge on its own.
Note that August’s meetup won’t be at Frankie’s. We’re trying out a new location at Misys Healthcare on Six Forks Road. Visit the meetup site for directions and a more detailed overview of the talk. See you there!