— Vienna, 27.03.08 — 30 people from all over Europe came to Vienna to see Sutherland and Gloger performing together. Attendees said that they enjoyed seeing both together. Sutherland’s case studies with Gloger’s way of presenting created a memorable experience. People enjoyed the class especially in the evening when they had to cook. The Scrum Cooking part … weiterlesen →
— Bristol Airport, 16.4.08, 16:40 – Am Nachbartisch bekommt ein Mann, der offensichtlich auf Geschäftsreise ist einen Anruf. Was höre ich, er redet über ein Daily Scrum. Irre! Das macht Laune. Wenn Scrum es in die Launch eines Flughafens schafft, wenn es mittlerweile so ist, dass man auf einem Flug nach Frankfurt Menschen begegnet, die … weiterlesen →
“Scrum works for small teams, I agree, but how does Scrum work in large organizations?” This is a question commonly asked by executives, by team members and by Scrum trainers. In every Scrum training you need to answer it. But the real question is: Why do we get this question? There are a number of possible … weiterlesen →
I have seen Randy Pausch’s “Last Lecture” and he mentioned “Alice” a story based way of learning computer programming. I found the website and I believe that this is something everbody should know about and tell others. More about the Alice program.
— Vienna, 29.03.08 — During the Scrum brunch, Jeff Sutherland asked a very simple question. “Do you have a shortage of software developers in Austria?” Everybody nodded. “Ok – there are 100 000 developers in Austria. How many are good?” No immediate answer from the audience. “Let’s say 1000. Is this enough for you? Do … weiterlesen →
A car accident, hospitals and he was out of business. Norman Kerth, author of Project Retrospectives, one of the most brilliant people I know, suffered a brain injury caused by a driver who hit his car a couple of years ago. He is only able to use his full brain capacity a couple of hours a … weiterlesen →
Ich freu mich riesig darüber, dass einigen Lesern mein Buch gefällt. Bei Amazon.de gibt es die erste Kundenrezension zu lesen – wer mal gucken mag: “Scrum ist total einfach. Eigentlich. Wenn man jemandem die Grundmuster erklären will, kann man das in 10 Minuten schaffen (…)”