47092Re: [scrumdevelopment] Scrum/Agile Blog
- Jun 4, 2010@Mark, I just subscribed to your blog. I like InfoQ very much too.
@Mark, @Adam: IMHO, author's blogs are generally very light, and that makes sense. It's not specifically related to Scrum. I've observed that in many other fields. I prefer to buy their books ;) I think the perfect example of very valuable and effective author's blog is Seth Godin.
@Thais, Subscribed to that one too. Henrik has something very valuable: he uses Scrum in his own company -daily-. There is far too much Scrum coaches/trainer that stopped practicing.
@Jeff: When I go to the URL you provided, I get a google ads trap page. When I replace the s by a g (blogpot), what I get is funny. Finally, when I type blogspot, I get the correct page.
On Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 1:11 AM, Jeff Anderson <Thomasjeffreyandersontwin@...> wrote:
What ever you do, don't go to agileconsulting.blospot.com, that guy is
UMLing, RUP loving, kanban boarding, cycle timing a$$hole...
Most definitely not agile...> * ScrumPlanet <http://scrumplanet.com/aggregator/sources>
On 6/2/10, Peter Stevens (calendar) <peterstev@...> wrote:
> Bonjour Pierre,
> There are a couple aggregators out there. Here are the ones I see in my
> feedburner stats.
> * Agile and Lean
> * Agile Voices <http://agilevoices.com/aggregator/sources>> Dzone has an agile tag <http://www.dzone.com/links/tag/agile.html>, but
> Each of these has a directory of their sources.
> does not AFAIK have an index of their sources.
> There may of course be more.
> On 02.06.10 11:57, Pierre Mengal wrote:>> .>> Hello,
>> I would like to subscribe to some RSS feeds about Scrum and/or Agile.
>> Could you please suggest me which one I should consider ? My Google
>> Reader suggestion tool is not helping me so much ;)
>> I'm not specifically looking for the most popular ones.
>> Thanks a million.
>> Warm regards,
>> Pierre Mengal
> Peter Stevens, CSM, CSPO, CSP
> tel: +41 44 586 6450
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