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Experimenting with presentation formats

I ran into a new presentation format that I did not know about: Pecha Kucha. In a nutshell, the presenter shows 20 images for 20 seconds ap…

Started by Sebastian Hermida

6 Dec 1, 2009
Reply by Sebastian Hermida

agile process: keep it simple

The following blog applies to us all, not just new teams, as the author suggests:

Started by D. André Dhondt

1 Nov 28, 2009
Reply by Ravindar Gujral

collective product ownership

For the last few months I've been co-product owner with one other person, and we're part of the Product Mission team, which includes sales,…

Started by D. André Dhondt

0 Nov 20, 2009

exploit brain patterns for better presentations

Mark Levinson has just posted slides that he's used a couple times this year to show us how to capitalize on the structure of our brains to…

Started by D. André Dhondt

0 Nov 10, 2009

Integration Tests are a scam - Video

Members, Although we did not have video recording abilities for the talk that JB did, we were able to locate the original talk from agile 2…

Started by Ravindar Gujral

2 Nov 9, 2009
Reply by J. B. Rainsberger

Agile Tour- Presentations and Other goodies

All, So it took me forever to get the materials from the conference up on the website. I apologize for that but attached are all the presen…

Started by Ravindar Gujral

4 Oct 24, 2009
Reply by Dan Morrow

Agile 2009 conference topic programmer-customer communication

Though I don't really like the title, I think this 'flirting with the customer' Agile 2009 conference topic is actually a really good idea-…

Started by D. André Dhondt

0 Oct 20, 2009

get experience with multiple techniques

From Alan Shalloway via Twitter: "if you've never been successful with a process, you don't know how/why it works & shouldn't recommend…

Started by D. André Dhondt

1 Sep 30, 2009
Reply by Sebastian Hermida

where to find your own thought of the day

Apparently every quarter, this blogger uses a few hit calculators to identify the most popular blogs for developers:

Started by D. André Dhondt

0 Sep 29, 2009

Testing as a Craft

Over the years I have noticed that most organizations give a lot of weight to developers but neglect the QA folks. There is also this misco…

Started by Ravindar Gujral

0 Sep 24, 2009



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