Month: April 2008

1-day Agile Project Management Course

I mentioned Liz Sedley in my last post and she noticed! She’s asked me point out that she still has places left on her 1-day Agile Project Management course in London this Friday. What’s more she promises a discount to anyone who mentioned my name when booking.

ACCU 2008 sessions now on line

Back on topic now. I have uploaded my sessions from ACCU 2008 to my website. I did one session with Liz Sedley entitled: The Developer, The Customer and Their Requirements and another solo session entitled: Managers: What are they good for? As usual I did I post conference write up of my session and the …

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The Trouble with Retrospectives

The Agile Journal has published one of my articles – The Trouble with Retrospectives can be read for free. This months issue has several other pieces on retrospectives which I’m looking forward to reading.

More comments on ACCU conference

Some more comments, observations and thoughts about, and provoked by, the ACCU conference. No particular linking theme. Jobs and banksThere were a lot of bankers at the conference this year – or rather developers who work in banks. In truth this is always the case but this year I think there were more. It also …

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At ACCU conference

I am at ACCU conference this again, tonight is the last night so we have the speakers dinner. As usual the conference is very good. As usual there is little C# or Java but C++ is by no means dominant, in fact there are more sessions on functional programming languages (Haskell, Erlang and Lisp) than …

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