Agile is a methodology and set of values, principles and practices used by software developers to push out technologies quickly, while continually improving the product and responding to change.
This podcast looks at ideas of how journalists can use the practices in the newsroom.
Journalism.co.uk technology correspondent Sarah Marshall speaks to:
- John Stefany, project manager, NPR
- Martin Belam, lead UX at the Guardian, soon to be leaving to run his own consultancy
- Brian Boyer, who was news applications editor at the Chicago Tribune and is soon to join NPR
- Rich Sheridan, CEO of Menlo Innovations, a company of software developers which also trains others in Agile
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Tags: Agile, Brian Boyer, Chicago Tribune, john stefany, Martin Belam, Menlo innovations, NPR, Rich Sheridan
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