Empirical Evidence of Agile Methods: ce que nous savons, ce que nous pensons savoir et ce que nous voulons savoir

I gave two versions of my talk on the Empirical Evidence of Agile Methods : What We Know, What We Think We Know, and What We Would Like to Know at the patterns & practices summit in Québec City, Canada and the Agile Québec user group last week. Here’re the materials of the talk I promised to post.

As a side note: I’ve noticed that the Quebec audience mainly interacts with their eyes. They are so polite that they don’t interrupt the speaker, they even turn off their cell phones.

Comments (6)
  1. karlmet says:

    I wanted to link this blog to our Agile community blog and i have found out that your "materials" link does not work.


  2. @karlmet

    Oops, needed to add the http;// prefix. Check it now – should work.


  3.   Voici le lien pour avoir le PDF de la présentation que Grigori Melnik a donné à

  4. mess says:


    I find the material provided ABSOLUTELY GREAT with so many data.

    By the way, do you have any new concerning the "http://www.codeplex.com/TestingGuidance"


    Messaoud OUBECHOU.

  5. @Messaoud

    A survey is posted now. The link is on codeplex.

  6. Troy says:

    This is great information.  It would be interesting to update based on 2012 progress and compare/contrast the progress.  Thanks for sharing

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