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Hey Buddy, 2001 Called and Wants Its Agile Back

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State of Agile

In the past couple months, and really over the last few years, the frustration level of where agile software development is heading has been growing. The good thing is that the frustration is not forcing folks to give up, instead we’ve seen some great conversations form and a desire to ensure that as we move into another round of innovation with technology, processes, and practices — now more than ever we need to understand the original agreement and intent of the Agile Manifesto.

Tonight I was given the opportunity to talk to the PMI Atlanta Agile Interest group. I really enjoyed it and I appreciate the discussions.

Please take a look at the presentation, and let me know if you want to chat. There’s some great talk to be had.

Getting Blood From a Turnip – Agile DC Slides

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Facilitation Games

So this past Tuesday, I had the privilege and opportunity to talk to the AgileDC crowd about some fun facilitation techniques. It was a great session, primarily because everyone played along — so thanks for making it fun. Please let me know if you would like the original slides.

Presentation – Attempting to Jump the Largest Agile Hurdle

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Agile Culture

Had a great time recently talking to the PMI Atlanta – Agile Interest group. Great participation and lots of fun, nice people. Please check out the presentation and let me know if you want to have this discussion at your organization.

Presentation – Doc is a Four Letter Word

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Documentation Formula

So it’s no secret, I like to talk — and here’s a fun one I’ll do with different groups. This is a session that I have had the honor to do in a number of settings that presents ideas and techniques teams can us to help overcome the quagmire of documentation. Hopefully help folks rationalize what documents are required and those that are not. Look over the slides and let me know if you would like me to come talk to your group. I can be reached at matt@agilebacon.com.
 

Bruce Feiler: Agile Programming – For Your Family

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Really fun and interesting … cements the fact that Agile methods are more natural, and getting the small wins that make you feel good.  What would happen if we did this in our schools?

Here’s the link to the video on TED … 

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