QCon London 2013 – Day 2

QCon logoQCon is a large conference, with around six parallel tracks, offering talks on a range of subjects. Normally when visiting QCon, I skip between these tracks as the day progresses. That was certainly my plan for day 2 this year, but as the day progressed, I realised one track offered me a great opportunity to take away a good cross-section of ideas; ideas that some might no doubt find controversial: agile can be too process-bound and people are more important than processes. Continue reading “QCon London 2013 — Day 2”