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Agile Release Planning from Top to Bottom

12.21.2010
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My recent Øredev presentation, "Agile Release Planning from Top to Bottom," was recorded and the video is now available online. This presentation was very well received and I think it's one of the best I've given recently.  Watch it here.

Stories, epics, minimum marketable features, kanban, iterations, story points, burn-up charts... the cacophony of Agile planning terms is enough to drive anyone crazy! In this session, James Shore silences the noise with a straightforward description of the breadth of Agile release planning. From discovering value to making commitments, this session covers everything you need to know to plan beyond the next iteration.
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