Monthly Archives: April 2007

Selling Agile to the Enterprise.

Post by Ben Edwards

I wrote a longish follow-up to MinneBar over at Alt Text but wanted to make mention here of the presentation that Ross Niemi of Thoughtworks and I gave this year, titled: You can do that? Selling agile to the enterprise. … Continue reading

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minnēbar is blowing up

Post by Ben Edwards

With over 300 participants and growing, I am glad we have the space to hold everyone at this year’s event. Now feeding them, that may be another story. Refactr will be representing a number of things at this year’s barcamp … Continue reading

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No Fluff Just Stuff: Day 1 roundup

Post by Jesse O'Neill-Oine

Today was the first day of the No Fluff Just Stuff conference here in the Twin Cities. This is my second year attending and I can’t say enough good things about this conference. It’s a great format with excellent presenters … Continue reading

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Subversion for source control

Post by Scott Vlaminck

I’ve used CVS for source control for quite a while. We started off using Subversion at Refactr because we keep hearing good things about it and – among other things – I like the idea of keeping version history for … Continue reading

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More on daily meetings

Post by Scott Vlaminck

Jon discusses why he and his team abandoned daily team meetings – a standard practice for many agile teams, particularly those using Scrum or XP. I can definitely sympathize with a couple of his reasons because I’ve had some of … Continue reading

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The hardest part of being an Agile Project Manager

Post by Scott Vlaminck

Brian Button recently described The hardest part of being an Agile Project Manager for him on a project: Staying out of the way. He’s found that to let the team effectively grow and work well together, they need to be … Continue reading

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