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.
Category Archives: Presentations
My new article “Testing Economics” is now on StickyMinds. It’s based on my Testing Economics presentation. Now if you’ve missed it at NDC London, there’s still hope! I’m going to give the session at the Clean Code Alliance group on Feb 5th. Go ahead and register here. (I’ll possibly give this talk in other venues,
It’s been two months already, and Agile Eastern Europe is long past. Which is why it is a good opportunity to put my talk there “Not the agile I used to know” front and center.
Here are the slides from my Sela Developer Practices 2013 talk: PS: If you were not one of the thousands in attendance, I’m doing it as a Typemock webinar, Thursday May 9th. Register here.
Last week I gave the “Agile tribe war” talk (short short version) in Hebrew at DevCon TLV (which was mighty fun and at an excellent location, bar-wise). Next week, I’m doing the normal version in English in a webinar, so if you’re interested what the Justice League is doing there in the end, register here.
I usually don’t do this often but things have piled up recently. So here is where you’ll find me in the next months: Agile practitioners Israel: Looks to be a great 2nd conference. With guest presenters like Dan North, Yves Hanoulle and Markus Gartner, it’s bound to be awesome. I’m going to give a presentation
It’s time to talk about when I’m going to talk next. January 29-30th is Israeli 2nd annual Agile Practitioners conference. While having a 2nd year in a row in Israel is a success by itself. But wait, there’s more. Keynoting are Dan North and Boris Gloger, with more international speakers, as well as some of
Well it’s been a great fun going to Agile Eastern Europe this year. Hope to get back there next year! Here are the videos of my talks there. First, the lightning talk: Will you still love me tomorrow? And my main talk: 10 Phrases that can derail an agile project
This week, Friday September 14th, I’ll be doing a LIDNUG talk about unit testing (gasp!). This one is not of the introductory kind (if you’re interested in one like that, check out the video and presentation page, or check out the Typemock site). This one is for people who are doing testing for a while,
Yesterday I had a blast doing an Intro to Test Driven Development presentation. Here are the slides: And if you haven’t heard it yet, I was interviewed on the "Agile Weekly" podcast. It is a great podcast (not just my episode) - I’ve listened to the entire recording list, and it has great discussions