On Friday, May 10, I presented “Not So Extreme Programming” for Large Scale Scrum (LeSS) in NYC & Global.

The abstract:

Where “Agile” sounds pleasant and inclusive, “Extreme Programming”… doesn’t. But it’s a differentiator: teams practicing XP are seen to move with uncommon agility. The name has other problems, too. For one, XP is about much more than programming. For another, when compared with other ways software still gets developed, XP is much less extreme. This talk — for anyone involved with Agile in any role, at any scale — will take you through where Extreme Programming came from, where it’s going, what it requires, why it remains as relevant as ever, and how to take advantage.