July 25, 2011

ThoughtWorks Studios’ Chad Wathington and Ethan Teng to Outline Five Practices of Agile ALM During Free Webinar

CHICAGO and LONDON, July 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --

    WHO:    Chad Wathington
            VP Product Development
            Ethan Teng
            Product Manager
            ThoughtWorks Studios

             ThoughtWorks Studios, a division of
             the Agile consultancy,
             ThoughtWorks, Inc., offers Agile
             ALM products and training, as well
             as tools, coaching and experience
             to help companies realize the full
             potential of Agile-based
             development in the enterprise.

             Chad Wathington and Ethan Teng, co-
             authors (along with managing direct
             Cyndi Mitchell) of the white paper
             Agile ALM: Redefining ALM with Five
             Key Practices, will outline an
             entirely new and modern approach to
             Application Lifecycle Management
             (ALM) that helps IT organizations
             meet increasing customer
             expectations and quickly adapt to
             competitive pressures through the
             design, development and Continuous
             Delivery of high quality software.
             While traditional ALM-applied
             tools enforce pre-defined
             standardized processes,
             ThoughtWorks sees Agile ALM as the
             application of tools to support
             people and the processes that best
             suit the way they actually work
             when creating great software. This
             webinar outlines the five key
             organizational practices of Agile
             ALM, and describes how
             organizations that keep these
             practices in the forefront of all
             software delivery activities will
             reap the benefits in increased
    WHAT:    agility.

             Interested participants in the
             webinar are encouraged to download
             a complimentary copy of the white
             paper prior to the event at: http:/

             To register for the webinar please
             visit: http://www.thoughtworks-

             July 27th, 2011 at 8 a.m. (Pacific)
             /11 a.m. (Eastern) /4 p.m.
    WHEN:    (London)

             For more information, or to arrange
             an interview with Mr. Wathington or
             Mr. Teng, please contact Christie
             Denniston at (303) 581-7760, ext.
             13, or via email at
    INFO:    [email protected]

SOURCE ThoughtWorks Studios