Wednesday, February 27, was World Retrospective Day 2019. I'm giving a discount on all Agile Coaching Tools (games, books, coaching cards, etc) in my webshop - valid until March 10!
Agile talks a lot about self-organized teams, where developers and testers work together to deliver software. In this article, I'll explore what people say when they don't want to work in a team and how you can start working together effectively.
I’m giving a full day workshop Increasing Agility with Retrospectives at ACE! Conference 2019 on May 22 in Krakow, Poland. Ticket sales has started.
The Agile Retrospective Smells Cards is a new deck of agile coaching cards to deal with situations and behavior that can hamper your agile retrospectives. Download them in my webshop.
In this article, I'll explore when you can gather the data that will be used as input in the retrospective and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of different approaches.
My successful 2nd book What Drives Quality is now also available as a paperback edition. You can buy the book on Amazon and in my webshop.
The book Refactoring 2nd edition by Martin Fowler provides detailed descriptions of refactorings to improve the design and quality of code in small steps.
The 2019 State of Testing survey is investigating how the testing profession develops. It only takes 10 minutes to fill it in, so please join me for this worldwide survey on testing.
My book The Agile Self-assessment Game has been released. In my webshop, you can get packages of the book with the Agile Self-assessment Coaching Cards with a discount. The book is also available on Amazon and Leanpub.
The German edition of the Agile Self-assessment Game and the DevOps expansion pack, translated by Dierk Söllner, have been published. Dierk also did a podcast with me about Agile Self-assessments.
I’m giving a full day Agility Workshop – Leveraging the benefits of Retrospectives at DevOps Conference 2019 Berlin on June 14, 2019. Ticket sales has started.
Have you heard about "doing agile" vs "being agile"? Being truly agile takes practicing, experimenting, and learning by doing. Here's my view of how true agility looks.