timeslot and subject title wisely. Competing against Mike Milinkovich (Eclipse
Foundation) and Alec Saunders, Michael Dunlevy (Founding Agreements) wasn’t a good
choice. In addition, the title “Scrum in a Nutshell” only sells to people who
already know what Scrum is (I was hoping for a wider audience). Perhaps next
time I will choose a title like “Does your process hold your team back?”.
trying to squeeze the Scrum game into twenty minutes would have been a really
bad idea – I glad that we stuck to discussion instead. Next time I will get the
audience to drive more of the presentation content.
Thanks to Mark
Stephenson, Peter Childs, Ryan Lowe, Ian Graham, Erik Hagborg, Melany Gallant, Sonny
Juane, Geoff Waddington, Karly Bennett for organizing the BarCamp2.
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