Links from my Boise Code Camp 2011 talks

Here is a quick post with the materials and links from last weekend at the Boise Code Camp. Scrum Workshop (with Adam Cogan) Official Scrum Guide Mike Cohn’s articles on User Stories | Planning Poker...

Montreal .NET Community presentation

I’d like to say thank you to the community and the coordinators of the Montreal .NET Community for hosting the event last night. I enjoyed talking about my two favorite subjects: Visual Studio 2010 a...

ScrumButs and Modifying Scrum

ScrumButs are reasons why teams can’t take full advantage of Scrum to solve the problems and realize the benefits. Every Scrum role, rule, and timebox is designed to provide the desired benefits and ...

Visual Studio ALM Rangers using Ruck, not Scrum

I thought this post by Willy was interesting. It seems that the Visual Studio ALM Rangers are using a variation of Scrum that they are calling Ruck. In the game of rugby, Ruck is a loose Scrum. The R...

Dear HR Managers

I love this new letter to HR Managers (or anyone who wants to hire a ScrumMaster). It’s short and sweet. Here’s the link so you can use it yourself.

Welcome new Professional Scrum Developer trainers

I see that Microsoft has updated their PSD page to include the latest batch of new trainers. There are almost 40 trainers listed, from all over the world. Nice work everybody. If you’d like to become...

Scrum on Dot Net Rocks

Rich has been busy this week, and was on Dot Net Rocks (for the first time !). http://www.dotnetrocks.com/default.aspx?showNum=585 A great discussion of Scrum, Agile and VS2010, and how it plugs in t...

Visual Studio Scrum Webcasts

Next week, Rich is hosting two webcasts on “Managing projects using Microsoft Visual Studio Scrum 1.0″. Part 1 is on Tuesday 12pm MST https://www.clicktoattend.com/invitation.aspx?code=14...