Organizing Application Programming Workflows by the Principles of Agile Development

Tuesday, March 29 | 5:30PM–6:20PM | Room 553
Session Type: NC11

Anyone who has ever worked on an IT project, especially an application development project, can recount numerous frustrating scenarios to incorporate habitual project management doctrines into a concept like information technology where many factors are ever fluctuating. Enter the principles of agile software development, where responding to change and customer need is prized over tools and unyielding processes. Participants will be introduced to the "Manifesto for Agile Software Development" and underlying philosophies by engaging in relevant scenarios including a review of the implementation at the University of Connecticut Libraries.


  • Linda Jackson

    Lead Data Modeler / Data Warehouse Services, University of Connecticut
  • Tony Molloy

    Library Information Technology Services Director, University of Connecticut

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