I had a wonderful time at the Agile Practitioners conference yesterday. Lots of great minds, great discussions and great presentations. Including mine. So if you weren’t there, here’s the prezi. 10 Phrases that Can Derail an Agile Project
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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
If you’re in Israel, and understand Hebrew – you’re eligible! Join me on Sunday, 4-Dec-11, for a lesson you’ll never forget (or at least for the length of the presentation) – An agile history lesson. I’m going to talk about how we got here, what did we do on the way, discuss the question on
Here’s a short, incomplete list of my upcoming public speaking engagements. When I know, you’ll know. I’ll be speaking at the Agile Development Practices East Conference on Wednesday November 9th, at the Rosen Centre Hotel, Orlando, Florida. My talk is about “8 Principles for Better Unit Testing”. I’ll be at the conference area throughout Wednesday
Last week I had great time hosting a Typemock Webinar called “10 secret unit testing tips”. The fun thing was that I’ve discovered both in preparation and answering questions live that I have at least 20 tips in me for at least two more webinars. So prepare for “10 secret unit testing tips strike back”
This is the presentation I gave today at the “QA and Development in Agile” conference (It’s a bit more detailed than what the people in the room saw). This wasn’t a technical presentation, just an overview to the newly initiated to unit testing – third of the room wrote unit tests, the rest didn’t. And
ADC 2011 incidentally happened on a day when a meeting was scheduled for the Munich coding dojo meeting. Luckily, we were invited to the meeting by Ilker Cetinkaya. The first thing you’ll notice in the picture, is that I may seem shorter than the other people there. I’m still suspecting Adi used a fish-eye camera.
ADC2011 is over, and I had a mighty fun time. Like I open my talks, I’d like to speak first on my favorite subject: me. I had two talks, one on unit testing SharePoint applications, and the other about tools for identifying issues in multithreaded apps (slides below). I can tell you that all those