Re: Is Facebook a Scrum Shop?
- A bit off-topic, but have a look at those charts by Kent Beck (currently working for Facebook, by the way): Frequent deployment is still far from being mainstream.
- Hello, Bachan. On Saturday, July 9, 2011, at 2:08:22 AM, you
> Very interested in knowing who those CSTs .Mere sarcasm, Bachan. You may rest easy.
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- On Jul 9, 2011, at 4:57 AM, Ron Jeffries wrote:
> Hello, Bachan. On Saturday, July 9, 2011, at 2:08:22 AM, youRon, I still haven't met any CSTs who claim Scrum is the only way to be agile, or that agility is more important than effectiveness. If you haven't either, it would be gracious of you to lay off the unkind words.
> > Very interested in knowing who those CSTs .
> Mere sarcasm, Bachan. You may rest easy.
- Hi Jens,Interesting conclusion, do you see many parallels between the NNPDG and K&J Scrum?Cheers,Craig
On 8 July 2011 21:37, jens.meydam <jens.meydam@...> wrote:
A few days ago I gave a presentation on this topic.
Preliminary conclusion: The development process at Facebook has striking parallels to Scrum as described by Takeuchi and Nonaka. (Parallels to "prescriptive Scrum": not so much.)
What are your thoughts on this?
- Hello, Michael. On Monday, July 11, 2011, at 2:53:28 AM, you
> Ron, I still haven't met any CSTs who claim Scrum is the only wayIt would be, yes. Thanks for the observation.
> to be agile, or that agility is more important than effectiveness.
> If you haven't either, it would be gracious of you to lay off the unkind words.
I do wonder, though, what causes so many people to believe what none
of us are teaching. I really do wonder.
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