It's exciting to be back at the Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference (PNSQC). Granted, we are remote and virtual for a second year but I have enjoyed being a participant at this conference for the past ten-plus years. At this point, I think I have attended and presented at PNSQC more than at any other conference. I've gone the whole route from writing papers, presenting posters, giving full talks, being an invited speaker, and being a finalist for best presentation. I've learned a lot here and I look forward to continued participation. Yes, I have a talk I will be presenting here as well, but for obvious reasons, I can't live blog my own talk ;).
An interesting comparison is made with the idea that Agile adoption has grown but the achievement of the benefits from it looks to be elusive. Doing Agile has benefits but it does not guarantee better quality software.