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10 Ways to Screw Up with Scrum and XP

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Henrik Kniberg is a consultant at Crisp in Stockholm, specializing in Java and Agile software development. He has founded several Swedish software companies and is passionate about learning, teaching, and applying the art of software development. Henrik takes a holistic approach and enjoys adopting different roles such as manager, developer, scrum master, teacher, and coach.

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Agile 2008 is an exciting international industry conference that presents the latest techniques, technologies, attitudes and first-hand experience, from both a management and development perspective, for successful Agile software development.

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Aug 20, 2008

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  • prezentation for download

    by Artem Abalmasov /

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    Will be great if on infoQ i'll be able to download presentations slides.

    Can it be implemented ?

  • Re: prezentation for download

    by Henrik Kniberg /

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    Yeah that would be a good feature!


    Anyway
    here are the slides for my presentation above.

  • Re: prezentation for download

    by Jack Crow /

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    Slide 11, bottom right chart (2nd failure) is off by 10, if we're using a fall-behind pattern.

    Estimated sequence should be 40,50,70 as the team is falling behind 20 by the end of the second sprint. Sorry to nitpick your excellent presentation.

  • Re: prezentation for download

    by Andrew McVox /

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    For those who use Firefox, you can install the Video Download Helper extension, and then start the video. The extension will detect the video URL and let you download it directly.

    Then you just need a video player who can play FLV files. On Linux, Mplayer will work with anything you throw at it :)

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    by Greg Krueger /

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    It appears as if this presentation is no longer available- is there an archived version available anywhere?

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    Hi Greg,
    Thank you for drawing our attention to this error. It is now fixed. Enjoy watching the session!
    Best regards,
    Anamaria Bota
    Account & Project Manager
    InfoQ Enterprise Software Development Community
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    by Greg Krueger /

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    Thank you! I love this presentation- it has saved me from a few mistakes!

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