Agile2008 selected sessions online




You wish you could have made it to Agile2008 in Toronto 2 weeks ago? A small number of sessions is now available online.



18 sessions have been recorded, 3 of which are already made available:


       Natural Laws of Software Development – Deriving Agile Practices by Ron Jeffries, Chet Hendrickson


       “We suck less!” Isn’t mediocrity great? by David Douglas, Robin Dymond


       New Car Development in Toyota by Kenji Hiranbe


 


Another 15 will be gradually published at http://www.infoq.com/agile2008/:


       Future Directions for Agile by David Anderson


       10 ways to screw up with Scrum and XP by Henrik Kniberg


       Agile and Beyond – The power of aspirational teams! by Tim Mackinnon


       Agile in Practice: What is ACTUALLY Going On Out There by Scott Ambler


       Prioritizing Your Product Backlog by Mike Cohn


       Manager’s Introduction to Test-Driven Development by Dave Nicolette, Karl Scotland


       When Working Software Is Not Enough: A Story of Project Failure by Mitch Lacey


       Extremely Short Iterations as a Catalyst for Effective Prioritization of Work by Mishkin Berteig


       Fostering Software Craftsmanship in a Corporate Setting by Scott Dillman


       Measuring Agile in the Enterprise: 5 Success Factors for LargeScale Agile Adoption by Michael Mah


       Colossal, Scattered, and Chaotic (Planning with a Large Distributed Team by Wes Williams, Mike Stout


       Now that the team’s head is in the game, how do you get their heart in? by Jim McCarthy


       Technical lessons learned turning the agile dials to eleven! by Craig Smith, Paul King


       Introduction to Lean Software Development by Alan Shalloway


       Fully Distributed Scrum: The Secret Sauce for Hyperproductive Outsourced Development Teams by Jeff Sutherland



In addition, Alan Cooper’s 
“The Wisdom of Experience” keynote is available as a slide deck with speaker’s notes at http://www.cooper.com/journal/agile2008/


Note, InfoQ also hosts videos of several excellent sessions from the previous Agile2007 conference, including:


       The Role of Leadership in Software Development by Mary Poppendieck


       Succeeding With Agile: A Guide To Transitioning by Mike Cohn


       Agile in the Waterfall Enterprise by Michele Sliger


       The Agile Enterprise: Real World Experience in Creating Agile Companies by Jeff Sutherland


All experience reports and research papers will be available online via IEEEExplore. Search for ‘Agile’ under ‘Conference Proceedings’.


 

Comments (2)

  1. Check this blog post from Grigori with the links to the recorded sessions that are now available online.

  2. Agile conference traditionally publishes proceedings (that’s where you find all research papers and experience