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  • I am looking for example user stories for an upcoming training class. I would use some of my own, but I want a variety of examples - good and bad - from different types of products for the participants. Please consider sharing one or two with me on the list or privately via email. Thanks. Carlton
    banshee858 Dec 28, 2010
  • Anyone know of an active XP or Agile group in Silicon Valley? I am having a hard time finding one. Thanks. Carlton
    banshee858 Apr 15, 2010
  • I am working on a presentation about common myths around the common Agile processes and I was hoping people on this list could share some myths they have come across recently. Please share a myth is you have one (or answer one). Thanks. Carlton
    banshee858 Jan 18, 2010
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  • > > PP was suggested by Scrum master and team agreed to try it for awhile. On a > retrospective meeting 1 month later majority of the team members agreed to keep this > practice. But now 2 developers criticize PP. > It sounds like you began the process with a consensus decision making process and then changed the rules to allow a majority vote without identifying you were switching...
    banshee858 Jun 9, 2009
  • > > We have 5-person development team and tried pair programming 3 months ago. 3 > developers like it, while 2 other don't (and quite aggressively vote against PP). These 2 > people who do not like PP are very experienced developers. Obviously we don't want to fire > them. > > What will you do in this case? > How did you frame your decision making process? Was it majority vote...
    banshee858 Jun 3, 2009
  • > > We have 5-person development team and tried pair programming 3 months ago. 3 > developers like it, while 2 other don't (and quite aggressively vote against PP). These 2 > people who do not like PP are very experienced developers. Obviously we don't want to fire > them. > > What will you do in this case? > How did you frame your decision making process? Was it majority vote...
    banshee858 Jun 3, 2009
  • > > I can suggest taking a look at our software called Agilebuddy. It has really good > collaboration capabilities which is perfect for dispersed teams. The card paradigm is being > implemented and should be available in the near future. > That is good to hear and I need something for next week. Carlton
    banshee858 Apr 24, 2009
  • I am facilitating a single Release Planning session for two distributed teams - one in the US & another in China. What tooling can I use which will mimic the experience of cards on a table? Thanks. Carlton
    banshee858 Apr 23, 2009
  • > > > > > * Letting a team adopt a half-assed version of a practice. E.g., > > with standups, they don't happen every day, and the ones that do > > don't have everybody and/or don't start on time. For bread, half a > > loaf is better than none, but often not for agile practices. > > > > Slightly off topic, but... > > Stand-ups are interesting to me. I don't like to do them myself...
    banshee858 Apr 17, 2009
  • > > If you cannot win the battle on engineering practices right now, you > might think about just starting with Scrum. > > Scrum is pretty much XP without the engineering practices. It sets up > the authorities and responsibility for the product owner and the team, > so that the product owner initiates and prioritizes stories and the > development team commits to delivering working...
    banshee858 Apr 9, 2009