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
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.
Mark Levison has been helping Scrum teams and organizations with Agile, Scrum and Kanban style approaches since 2001. From certified scrum master training to custom Agile courses, he has helped well over 8,000 individuals, earning him respect and top rated reviews as one of the pioneers within the industry, as well as a raft of certifications from the ScrumAlliance. Mark has been a speaker at various Agile Conferences for more than 20 years, and is a published Scrum author with eBooks as well as articles on InfoQ.com, ScrumAlliance.org an AgileAlliance.org.