Posts Tagged "xpday"

Bro at XPDay

Finally, we got along to XPDAY today, albeit only for a few hours. We went specifically to see my brother, Marc Baker,…

Beer helped

When Energized Work turned one year old back in June we started to give a lot more attention to our ideas to…

Who am I to question the value of low quality software to the customer?

In our XP Day session, Chris Pitts was the table host asking are organizations valuing the right things? Somebody challenged him with: Who are you to question the value of bug-ridden…

XPDAY7: Embrace uncertainty

In his keynote, Jeff Patton reminded us to embrace uncertainty and asked if we’ve forgotten the meaning of iteration. Pascal has written about the keynote and has included some photos. Kerry Buckley also has…

XPDAY7: Why do Agile projects fail?

At XPDay 7, Joseph Pelrine and Jiri Lundak asked why do Agile projects fail? A project is an iceberg Originally uploaded by sjb140470 With the wind blowing in one direction, an…

XPDAY7: Have you compromised your agility?

Well, we did our XPDay session: Have you compromised your agility? The run-up to the conference was a bit manic because we…

A local remote person

How to get a local presence for a remote person: Mutually immersive mobile telepresence . A solution for distributed people working together?…

Have you compromised your agility?

Our session – Have you compromised your agility? – has been accepted for XP Day . I’m surprised though because there wasn’t…

Proposed compromised agility session for XPday

I’ve decided to take a plunge and have proposed a session for XPday. It’s a world cafe version of the open discussion about Compromised Agility that I ran at…

XPDAY2006: Are We Nearly There Yet?

Are We Nearly There Yet? looked at some of the reasons why tracking is often not done particularly well. Ivan Moore covered…

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