Craig and Renee rendezvous in Sydney for Scrum Australia and clear the backlog for a way overdue podcast. Whilst Craig battled a cold and Renee a fit of giggles, they discussed:
- Highlights from the inaugural Scrum Australia in Sydney
- LAST Conference 2013 in Melbourne is now accepting submissions
- Kenny Rubin’s presentations at Scrum Australia, his book Essential Scrum and his Visual AGILExicon
- Clark & Wheelwright study (1993) on Multitasking
- Complexity Thinking by Anton Rossouw and some of the models
- RubyConf Australia 2013
- Kim Ballestrin is off to LKNA!
- New certifications such as Kanban Coaching Professional and Disciplined Agile Certification
- Every Employee Should Work From Home (David Heinemeier Hansson on Forbes) http://www.forbes.com/sites/danschawbel/2013/03/29/david-heinemeier-hansson-every-employee-should-work-from-home/
- WIP Limits by Conversation (Pawel Brodzinski) – http://brodzinski.com/2013/03/wip-limits-by-conversation.html
- Scaled Agile Framework
- Dinosaur Train
- The Insufficiency of Scrum is a Fallacy – http://agile.dzone.com/articles/insufficiency-scrum-fallacy
- Amazon Acquires Goodreads: World’s Biggest Online Retailer Acquires Beloved Book Site – http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/28/amazon-acquires-goodreads_n_2974572.html
- Renee has been reading Fixing The Game and Real Options whilst Craig has been reading The Agile Pocket Guide and Sonar In Action
- The brand new spiffy “The Agile Revolution” website – comment if you like it!
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Wanted to make a correction – the book by Chris Matts and Olav Maassan that I was reading is called “Committment: Novel about managing project risk”
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