Welcome to the June 7th Carnival of the Agilists. Today’s theme is: There is no theme.
- Software Insurance? Are you mad? Laurent Bossavit provides the precedent.
- Glen Alleman lays out some examples of non-software applications of Agile Development techniques.
- Is delivering on time a synonym for success? Jason Gorman feels otherwise.
- Wil Shipley prefers to be agile by being inflexible. A contradiction in terms?
- Do you have a sticky buddy? David Anderson things you should.
- All of us are smarter than any of us. Mike Griffith provides the do’s and dont’s of team problem solving.
- Dave Churchville suggests ways to be agile in a distributed development environment. Maybe he needs a sticky buddy.
- Ten New Rules for Project Managers – but I bet they won’t all seem new to you!
- Jason Gorman asks Is the Agile Community a Clique? Just for that, I’m not inviting him to the secret Agilist Beach Party.
- Alan Shalloway is contemplating Why Scrum Works.
- Alexey says “Thing Bigger, Think Agile Product Management“
- “To Be, Or Not To Be… Agile” – That is Basil Vandegriend’s question.
New Group Blogs
- A colorful and well-rounded Scrum Reference Card – from Contrado Solutions.
- James Shore’s agile book is done, it’s just not done done.
- Johanna Rothman’s book, Manage It! is, however, done done.
- The next edition of the carnival will be on June 21st. I’ll fill in the URL here _________ when I find it.
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