I’ve been getting a fair number of questions lately that go like this:
What does Scrum say about [[ something that Scrum does not prescribe anything for ]]??
I love Schwaber’s chess analogy: you either play chess, or you do not. In the same way that chess does not succeed or fail, Scrum does not succeed or fail. Knowing the rules does not make you a Grandmaster or effective Scrum practitioner; strategy, practice, mentorship, etc. *may* make you a Grandmaster or effective Scrum practitioner. You get the idea.
Scaling Scrum is something that is not prescribed by the rules of Scrum**. But I’d like to tie scaling to the chess analogy.
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I’ll be talking about implementing the Onion Architecture using the S#arp framework at Milwaukee’s ALT.NET group on November 21st, 2011.
There is more information here, and you can register here.
I hope to see you there!
I’ll be talking about T4 Templates in .NET in Dubuque, IA on November 1st, 2011. The presentation is on the Clarke University campus, in the Keller Computer Center, at 5:30 PM.
The group’s website is at http://dbqineta.com/.
The presentation description:
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I’ll be speaking at the Fox Valley .NET User Group on October 11th, 2011. The event is at 5:30 PM in Appleton – Fox Valley Technical College, 1825 N. Bluemound, Room A170 A/B, Appleton, WI 54912. See the FV NUG site for more details.
I will be giving my “Agile Modeling with VS 2010 Ultimate and Feature Pack 2” presentation.
I hope to see you there.
If we can agree that as the length “in the back” of a mullet haircut grows, if the length “in the front” stays the same, the wearer has “more mullet”
If we can agree Continue reading Mulletude Theorem and the Ultimate Mullet