I keep on stumbling across posts about Agile 2008 and thought it might be worth sharing.
Lyssa Adkins: Deep Learning at Agile 2008
Eugene Nizker: 7 Agile Leadership Lessons for the Suits
Jeff Sutherland: Agile 2008 – Money For Nothing and Secret Sauce for Distributed Scrum
Gerry Kirk: Money For Nothing: Deliver More Value For Your Client (And You); We do Agile, but Where is the Quality?; Effective Pairing: Good, Bad and the Ugly and Challenges Distributed Agile Teams Face, and Ways to Overcome Them
Luke Hohmann: Agile-08 Repeat Performance and Slides
David Anderson: Future Directions for Agile (from Agile 2008)
Machiel Groeneveld: Agile 2008 – ideas and inspiration
Ryan Shriver: Thoughts on Agile 2008
Richard Durnall: Reflections on Agile 2008
Artem Marchenko: Trends in the world of Agile: Notes after Agile 2008
Kent McDonald: Agile 2008 – Starting out With The Best of Intentions; Agile 2008 – Solving problems requires asking the right questions.; Agile 2008 – Define Roles as Who Decides What, Not Who Does What; Agile 2008 – What simulations can teach us about our decision making process and Agile 2008 – Clearing the bridge on the move to agile – how to apply focus to removing obstacles.
Lisa Crispin: Back from Agile 2008 – what did I learn?
Clinton Keith: Agile 2008 Conference
Gojko Adzic: James Surowiecki: The Wisdom of Crowds, Henrik Kniberg: 10 ways to screw up despite Scrum and XP, Marry Poppendieck: The elephant in the room, Robert C. Martin: Quintessence, Marcus Evans: the FrAgile organisation
Mishkin Berteig: First Day of Agile 2008 Conference
Ade Miller: Agile 2008 – Distributed Agile, Agile 2008 – Conway’s Law and Distributed Teams, Agile 2008 – Industrial Logic’s Agile eLearning, Agile 2008 – Something is wrong but why?, Agile 2008 – Scrum and Kanban, Agile 2008 – One Hundred Days of Continuous Integration
Pascal Van Cauwenberghe: Agile2008 – Opening, Agile 2008 – Tuesday sessions, Agile 2008 – Wednesday morning, Agile 2008 – Wednesday afternoon pt. 1, Agile 2008 – Wednesday afternoon pt. 2, Agile 2008 – Thursday, Agile 2008 – Friday pt. 1, Agile 2008 – Alan Cooper keynote, Agile 2008 – Final sessions, leaving Toronto, The Business Value Game: v1.0 released
Damon Poole: Deep Agile 2008 – Not as Easy as You Thought!
Josh Sherwood: Agile 2008 – Agile Skeptic?
Johannes Link: Sleepless in Toronto
Valtech French Blog
Danilo Sato: Learning Kaizen from Toyota, New Product Development @ Toyota, Starting a Kanban System for Software Engineering with Value Stream Maps and Theory of Constraints, Come and Take it! Lean Pull Applied, Expanding Agile: the Five Dimensions of Systems, Coding Dojo @ Agile 2008, My Agile 2008
David Starr: My Life in a Bush of Legacy Code – Michael Feathers and Value Stream Mapping.
MSDNRSS (clearly wants to remain anonymous): A summary of an Agile 2008 summary
Gatorxero (why can’t people use their real names?): Questioning Agile with Scott Barber
Eric Babinet and Rajani Ramanathan: Dependency Management in a Large Agile Organization
James Shiell: Agile 2008, The Wisdom of Crowds, Agile Game Development, Hiring for an Agile team, XP – J. B. Rainsberger’s Greatest Misses and Embrace Uncertainty.
Michael Tardiff: Feeling Agile
Raghav Ramesh: Agile2008
Allan Shalloway: Time for Agility to Truly Come of Age – Reflections on Agile 2008
My own efforts:
Agile 2008 a Personal Retrospective and on InfoQ: Agile Alliance Functional Test Workshop
Touchy Feely Impediments to Agile Adoption (Amr Elssamadisy)
Beginner’s Mind – An Approach to Listening(Jean Tabaka and David Hussman)
Overcoming Resistance to Change (Dave Nicolette and Lasse Koskela)
I’m sure there’s lots I’ve missed – but after crawling through the top 200 results on google et al, I’ve had enough.