We did this workshop on building personas and doing cusotomer interviews at the Agile Marathon. Coolest interview question for a vampire: Where do you see yourself in a hundred and fifty years? Here are the slides.
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WHAT A RUSH! Still thinking about the awesome conference. But that’s for a separate post. For now, here are the slides for my BDD/TDD Star Wars talk.
That’s it boys and girls, we’re coming to the finish line! We’ve got Melissa Perri and Olaf Lewitz as keynotes, got workshops for everyone and I’ll be giving my Star Wars BDD session. I have friends I can’t wait to see again, and new people to meet. There’s probably going to be some booze involved
#APIL15 has come and gone, and what a week it was. And what a record breaking success it’s been. We had more than 220 registered attendees, the biggest turnout yet. We had 44 workshop attendees, again, a record. We had a 4 track conference, a first. We had an HR Agile session, another first. We
And I’m going to be there, with my To Estimate Or #NoEstimate talk. And co-facilitate the Advanced Agile Programming workshop with Lior Friedman. Did you know that the last APIL is one of the 50 best Agile conferences in the world? Check out the Vasco’s Duerte (who is also #NoEstimate related) Agile conference compilation. We’re
Agile Practitioners 2015 is starting its way, and the first step is the Call For Papers! The Agile Practitioners conference started 4 years ago, and is an actual effort by the community. I’m proud to be part of the organizing committee, after presenting at the last 3 gatherings. AP15 is continuing the tradition of bringing
Had great fun today at the Agile Practitioners 2013 conference today. Great keynotes by Boris Gloger and Dan North and great presentations by others, as well as meeting old and new faces. For the ones who missed my presentation, and those who want to feast their eyes again, here are the slides:
Thanks to Dilbert, developers, engineers and the rest of us managed people, have come to disrespect the “manager”. Ok, it’s not just the comic, some of it was perpetuated by actual managers. Still, there are cases where the managers do the right thing, and the developer messes up. Whenever this occurs, regardless if from the
I want to thank everyone who come to my presentation yesterday. I got my inspiration (and a few jokes) from the following presentations: Agile Overview – Robert Martin The Land that Scrum Forgot – Robert Martin The Mistake at the Heart of Agile – Michael Feathers And for the people who want to read the