If you’ve ever attended Mark’s training, you know that he reads an insane amount of reference and research on Scrum and Agile. He shares those resources – some invaluable, some handy, and some simply provocative and obscure – with course attendees in a long and growing list of links that he believes can help them toward their Scrum/Agile goals.
Scrum Master Resources – A good ScrumMaster needs to know much more than just Scrum applications and exercises. An understanding of supporting tools and methodologies, an arsenal of examples and approaches to solve problems and keep things fun but still productive, and a big picture view of how Agile can be applied throughout an organization as well as other aspects of daily life, are all important keys to being an effective ScrumMaster. These resources will provide helpful ideas and suggestions on these and much more.
Scrum Product Owner Resources – A Scrum Product Owner needs to hone their skills in communicating needs and priorities to the team, keep aware of market demands and changes, and be an effective – but diplomatic and fair – liaison between buyers and builders. These resources will help with practical advice on everything from creating personas and user stories, to backlog grooming, and beyond.
Scrum Developer Resources – References include real stories of Emergent Architecture, examples of how Continuous Deployment can be done and where it is already being done, Legacy code survival strategies, and more.
This carefully curated and organized collection of all things Agile will continue to be updated with treasures that Mark finds. It’s a huge and valuable resource of more than 800 articles, posts, links, books, and more.
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