Given the pace of change in today’s digital environment, everyone has heard of Agile development practices, but not everyone agrees on what it means. There are many interpretations of how to run Agile projects but numerous questions can loom for folks attempting to use Agile methodology – even for
What is Agile and how do teams know it’s working? What are the industry drivers for using Agile? What is velocity and a story point? How do real-life development teams manage problems and implement the Agile methodology?
Join industry professionals from around the Columbia region on the morning of October 24 for a special iTs|SC Executive Speaker Series featuring Amelia Hough-Ross, Deputy CTO at Companion Data Services, who will address these key questions and others in her discussion on Agile.
There will be coffee and networking in the IT-oLogy lobby from 8:30 to 9:00, followed by the presentation in IT-oLogy’s theater at 9:00. Interested? Register here.
About Amelia Hough-Ross:
Ms. Amelia Hough-Ross, Deputy CTO of Companion Data Services (CDS), brings more than ten years of information technology expertise to the solutions that CDS provides. CDS is a privately held company, offering secure, managed, hosting services within the health care industry.
Amelia is a passionate supporter of women in technology. She started the Girl Geek Dinner Chapter for Columbia, SC and is an advisor for the Women’s Rights and Empowerment Network (WREN) actively working on policy initiatives to ensure women have access to support both their work and family commitments.
About iTs|SC’s Executive Speaker Series: Executive Speaker Series events bring industry leaders to Columbia to discuss relevant topics to the insurance and technology industries. These topics can include anything from strategic marketing initiatives to IT strategy to economic development; the Series is free to attend and open to anyone interested.