Last year I did the Agile 2008 Post Roundup, so I thought it might be fun to do this again this year. As usual, InfoQ has a number of items, including presentations and now MP3 downloads.
A Personal Retrospective on the Agile 2009 Conference – Johanna Rothman’s notes on running and surviving the conference.
Agile2009 Drawing to a Close – Steven “Doc” List
Reflections on #Agile2009 – Karl Scotland
Thoughts on #Agile2009 – Mike Cottmeyer
Agile 2009: Appreciations, Agile 2009: A Retrospective – Portia Tung
Agile 2009: a retrospective – Pascal Van Cauwenberghe – see also:
Agile 2009 report: Monday , Tuesday , Wednesday, Thursday , Thursday afternoon
Looking back at Agile 2009 – George Dinwiddie – The comments include a good discussion about ways to improve session selection.
Agile2009 – A buffet of Agile, Agile2009 Day 2 – The Festival Continuous , Agile2009 – Day 3 Program – Martin Olesen
My Agile 2009 Summary – Adam Goucher
Agile2009 Trip Report – Mike Jones of OutSystems
Why Bother Going to Agile 2009 or Agile 2010?? – Damon Poole
Agile 2009 Chicago – Xavier Quesada Allue
My Agile 2009 Personal Perspective – James Martin
Agile 2009 trip report – Dave Nicolette
Agile 2009 Reflections – Eduardo Scoz
Feeding the Agile Beast – Dennis Stevens
Group posts from KlocTalk: Agile 2009…Day 1, Agile 2009…Day 2, Agile 2009…Day 3, Agile 2009… Day 4
Agile 2009 – Mark Mansour
Agile 2009 summary – Kenrick Chien
Agile2009 Conference Debriefing – Wojciech Seliga
Agile2009 Take Aways – Slawomir Ginter
My #Agile2009 Conference Thoughts, Some enjoyable quotes from #agile2009 – Peter Edstrom
Agile 2009 Roundup – my own effort
Agile2009 Recap – Fitzgerald Steele
Agile 2009 – Jason Fox UX Designer
Agile 2009: Product Management/Ownership and Business Agility – Luke Hohmann
Agile 2009 Experience Report – Brandon Raines
Agile 2009… Thank You All – Jurgen Appelo
Agile 2009: Looking back – Tom Hume
Agile 2009 Report – Renzo Borgatti
Reflections on Agile 2009 – Brian Bozzuto
Agile 2009 – The General Highlights – Jesse Fewell
Agile 2009 wrapup – Michael Longin
Thoughts on Agile 2009 Tom Grant and Dave West
Reflections on Agile 2009 Dennis Stevens
Why big Agile Conferences don’t have anything New? – Naresh Jain – I don’t agree with Naresh’s thesis but it’s still thought provoking.
What I Learned Programming With the Stars and Building a Learning Culture on Agile Teams (Slides) – Declan Whelan
Leadership Game @ Agile2009 Chicago, Rally Chalk Talk: The daily meeting – Yves Hanoulle
How to Create Rapport with your Customer, The Responsibility Model Revisited, Mapping the Agile Enablement Battlefield, Facilitation Patterns and Antipatterns, The Bottleneck Game – Portia Tung
Agile Alliance Functional Testing Tools Workshop – 3, Esther and Diana’s Excellent Retrospective Adventures, Selenium Open Jam at Agile2009 – Adam Goucher – and many more see: his Agile summary for all related posts. Adam where do you find the time?
Powerful Questions and Powerful Requests and Agile Team Start-up: one of the first agile adoption activities, Build your team’s collaboration muscle – Lyssa Adkins
Prioritizing Your Product Backlog by Mike Cohn - Martin Olesen
Scrum intro, A3 Problem Solving template and example – Henrik Kniberg
Balanced Software Development – Karl Scotland
The importance of identity and vision to UX designers on agile projects – Johanna Kollmann
Visual Management Workshop at Agile 2009
Create a Vision and Reward Failures #agile2009 – Peter Edstrom
Coaching Workshop – my own effort
User Stories, Mission Possible, Guerilla Research Methods – Fitzgerald Steele
New Approaches to Risk – David Anderson
Agile Infrastructure – Agile 2009 – Andrew Shafer
Herding Cats – Managing Large Test Suites, Agile UX Design Emergent Practices, Ambassadors & Carrier Pigeons – Tom Hume – BTW Tom has written posts for many more of the sessions he attended.
Agile for Families – David Starr – While I wasn’t able to attend – it was on my stage and I love to see Agile outside of software.
Agile 2009 Session Results Posted , Day 3 , Day 2 , Day 1 , Patrick Kau
Agile 2009 – AA-FTT Workshop & more – Lisa Crispin
Day 1, Day 2 – Shannon Cornish
Notes from Keynote at Agile 2009 – Keith Swenson
The Scrum Bestiary, A Behavioral Taxonomy – Ade Miller
The impact of Agile Architect Teams in Scaling Enterprise Efforts – Mike Dwyer
Irrational Loss Aversion Slides – Brian Bozzuto
Agile2009: Mapping the Change Battlefield – Giora Morein
Agile 2009 and PMI – Jesse Fewell
The 7 Deadly Sins of Almost Being Agile (slides and handouts), Cuke4Nuke: Cucumber for .NET Teams (born at the pre-conference Functional Test Tools Workshop) – Richard Lawrence
Coding Dojo: Kake format at Open Jam – Danilo Sato
Selenium Open Space, Applying modern software development techniques to automating the web UI, day 4, The test step sweet spot – Michael Longin – Michael has a number of other posts from the conference that are well worth reading.
Agile Coaching Roles – Notes from OpenJam, Top 10 tips for coaches, Taking Responsibility to Learn and Grow – Michael Sahota – Michael is another writer a great set of posts.
inspiration, trends, thoughts – Mads Troels Hansen
Micro-Interval Exercise with Alistair Cockburn – Bruce Onder
Agile in the Very Large – Sam Guckenheimer – David Starr
The Prisoner’s Dilemma: Applying Game Theory to Agile Contracting
Where Does Developer Testing End and Tester Testing Begin? Abby Fichtner, Nate Oster
Agile 2009 Notes – Thursday, Wednesday,Tuesday, Monday Scott Duncan
Apple’s view of the future as seen in the 8o’ties – the video that Jared Spool shared with us during his keynote.
Paired Juggling – Declan Whelan and Uncle Bob
A funny but true thought about how developers act when solving problem – Patrick Welsh
Agile2009 Developer Jam: Ugly Code vs Clean Code – Patrick Welsh
User Story Mapping – David Hussman and Jeff Patton
More videos: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=52E5DFBB0E317163
I hope you have as fun reading this as I did. If I missed your post, sorry. I scanned through the top 200 Google hits and a number of Twitter references, but in the end there is only so much I can read.
One last thought – it was difficult to find proper names for everyone I quoted. Please make it easier – your name should be featured on the main page of your blog; if not there, then at least on the about page. Also, if you want to make your blog easy to quote, check if post titles can be easily selected. Do they link back to themselves, or do I have to get the link as well?