When people think about agile software development it’s often in a context of colocated teams working through problems and building features in an iterative way. This is how digitally native companies work and it’s broadly what all organizations have been marching towards. But the world has changed and in the wake of Coronavirus, employees and organizations everywhere are scrambling to stay safe and constrain the spread of this novel virus by working remotely. This can be daunting to say the least. How do you maximize the productivity of remote-only software teams? Can teams share knowledge and ramp-up new people efficiently? Can they avoid siloed decision making and ensure all people have a voice regardless if they’re introverted or extroverted? VMware Pivotal Labs is a recognized leader in agile software development for over 25 years. We have successfully delivered amazing business outcomes using distributed teams for hundreds of customers. Join us on March 26 to hear practical advice, processes, practices, and enabling technologies that we’ve developed for fully remote software development. Learn how to incorporate a few occasional "remotes," maintain teams split across regions and timezones, and even how to adopt an "everyone's remote" approach to your distributed agile teams.

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