Managing Agile Plone Projects
If you liked the post I wrote last month about agile development with Plone, you might be interested in an upcoming class called Managing Agile Plone Projects that I’m teaching at Plone Symposium East. Consider this scenario:
All the pieces have fallen into place for that big website project. You’ve chosen Plone, you’ve lined up the budget, you’ve gathered a team of developers, you’ve selected a design firm. You’ve worked with all the stakeholders and come up with a long list of features. Plone and its add-ons will provide many of them, but some will need custom development. How are you going to manage the project? You have a part time team and the project is part design. part configuration, and part development – how can you use agile techniques?
If you find yourself in this situation, consider joining me at Penn State on May 21st. I’ll use a combination of lectures, discussions and group exercises to share the approach I’ve developed to manage this type of project. You can read more details and register here.
Symposium East is always a great conference and a great time. If managing projects is not your thing, there are other excellent classes that may interest you:
- Theming Plone 4 with Chrissy Wainwright
- Creating Plone Content Types with Dexterity with Steve McMahon
- Getting off the Ground with Plone with Cris Ewing
- Python Fundamentals with Chris Calloway
I hope to see you there!