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Agile Software Development is here to stay. It’s very clear that the days of the lone wolf and rockstar programmers are left behind, and the secret of a successful project are integral teams, constant communication and quick reaction to changes. And to achieve that success a great amount of socialization is necessary.
This can be a difficulty for introverted persons, who can be eager to share their ideas and contribute to the teams but might be unable to do so because a very social environment can be very overwhelming to them.
In this talk, María will share her views as an introverted in an Agile team and how can everyone create spaces so introverts can feel more included in all stages of Agile development: * What does being an introvert really means? Everyone has their own ideas about introversion so she'll do a quick review of various psychological models and see what they all have in common to define what really is being introverted. * The challenges introverts can face on an Agile Team and her experiences about it. * What can introverts bring to the team? Being introverted is not a disadvantage, but it can be really easy to overlook their creative ways of thinking. * How to create spaces for introverts during the Agile cycle, where they can express their ideas comfortably and feel appreciated by their peers.
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