Agile Manifesto Day

What's interesting?

In 2001 seventeen software developers met to discuss a way for more lightweight and flexible software development methotologies. They came up with the agile manifesto, the base work for todays agile software development methodologies like SCRUM. The four main statements are:

Individuals and interactions over processes and tools
Working software over comprehensive documentation
Customer collaboration over contract negotiation
Responding to change over following a plan

How can I celebrate?

You can read a book about agile methodologies and remember that todays short release cycles for many software applications are the result of agile software development.

Congratulations! You've discovered our Geekday-Blog!

What is this all about?

Geekdays are a kind of holidays for computer enthusiasts. Sometimes informative, sometimes crazy and mostly just a bit of fun, geekdays remind us of interesting facts about computer history and associated topics.

How does it work?

When you closely look at our wall calendar, you'll discover named days in grey color. On those days a little blog article can be found here explaining why this is an interesting day (at least for IT people) and how to celebrate it.


Have a lot of fun...