I know I put the link up for the AgileTour 2013 pictures, but heck if I can find it.
So I thought I would shove the Dropbox link up here on the Blog Post pages.
If we have any other materials ( like the BIG files that don't fit anywhere) - - Dropbox appears to be the way to go.
(Yes we have still have the http://www.YahooGroups.com/group/AgilePhilly website that can handle photos and more, but for the big files…Continue
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A free eBook in pre-release on Acceptance Testing, and comments are being collected. You can use the voucher code 91YmqbaAzuEu all of this month to download a free copy.
Go to the book’s blog page at http://baddotrobot.com/book for more info or use the voucher directly on the Leanpub book page to download …
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It's winter here in PA and nothing goes better with lousy weather than a bowl of chili.
We have a very competitive group and we do not need much motivation to turn anything into a compitition.
One week prior to cooking day we gathered all the teams and unveiled the event and rules. The feedback from teams and tasters was that it was a rousing team building success..
One team took it as far as to execute a prototype and feedback session every morning to dial in…
The Microsoft Code Camp on Oct 15th will be having an Open Spaces Track. In my mind, that brings a lot of new people around to the idea of Open Spaces during conferences.
Open Spaces - Jess Chadwick - Room 105
An open discussion forum lasting the entire day. The format is deliberately fluid, with the general flow consisting of: participants shout out topics to discuss, vote on a topic, discuss it for 10 minutes (or more... or less), and then…Continue
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Naresh Jain, one of our original founders, has a great quote via a Corey Hains Code Retreat. It is a truism about agile coding:
"write thrice, erase twice, release once, work small."
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Free Talks by Mary Poppendieck & Gojko Adzic among others
are listed in the lower right hand corner of http://skillsmatter.com/go/home
These were listed in the newsletter of Skills Matters. Times are London times.
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Near as I can tell, their podcasts of recent talks listed in their newsletter is not condensed well on any page of their site. These…Continue
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Building Trust as you work with a new team is crucial. To achieve a collaborative work environment, trust has to be built between all the involved parties be it team members or outside stakeholders. Trust helps teams function in a manner…Continue
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Slides from the last joint meeting with SPIN on Sept 22nd are at
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Thank you to Andre, Bonnie, Adam, Aaron and Sebastian for coming out to Code Kata night at the Math Forum! This was an experimental kata night in that we were trying out architectural katas for the first time.
In the beginning we went through a summary of the basic elements of architecture: communication/distribution, presentation/interaction, state management, processing, resource management and tools. For this we followed the slides that Ted Neward provided especially for this…Continue
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Let me start this article with a story I heard listening to a presentation by Ricardo Semler: Gary Kasparov, the chess grandmaster, played a computer nicknamed “Deep Thought” sometime in the 1980’s and he won. Deep Thought could think many moves ahead,…Continue
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I just finished the first ever pair programming exchange program!
It all started when I was at SDTConf back in October. I don't remember the exact conversation, but the question was generally if software development as a craft takes two programmers pairing together to pass on and practice the craft then how will it ever scale?
Someone jokingly suggested that…Continue