Welcome to the Scan-Agile 2009 Submission wiki space! This space has a dedicated page for all presentation candidates for the Scandinavian Agile Conference 2009. All submitters as well as the public community is invited to comment on submissions. Submitters are free to modify their submissions as outlined in the submission policy.
The submission deadline has now expired and submissions are in the process of being added to this Wiki. The list of submissions is already complete. If your submission is omitted kindly contact email@example.com.
Note that some presentations by invited speakers are also included in the following table, even though those are not subject to the submission policy. Those presentations will be moved from this table to the Scan Agile main page as soon as possible.
(sorted by submission date, newest at the top)
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Page: What (Else) Agile Can Learn from Complexity Page: The Art of Coaching Agile Teams Page: Agile Development - lighting the fire of organisational change Page: Pimp My Tests Page: Tester's life - One sprint in cross-functional team Page: Business Value Game Page: Testing Your TDD Page: The Pair Programming Showdown Page: Implementing Kanban by mistake Page: Scaling Agility using Domain Inheritance Page: Open Source Agile Testing Page: Breaking the productivity barriers -- it's not about Agile, it's about getting things done! Page: A journey into problem solving -- The A3 Report - Lean problem solving Page: Executable Requirements in Practice Page: Understanding Power Page: What Scrum Is, What It Isn't Page: Combining Systematic UI Design and Scrum Page: Lessons Learned from Novice Agile Teams Page: Test Driven Development - performing a prepared Kata Page: Clean code matters Page: Lean & Kanban Page: Living up to your potential. What constraints us? Page: I Want User Management! Or Managing Agile Requirements Page: TETRAsim Agile Transformation Page: Architecture in an Agile World - 30 Best Practices Every Architect Should Follow Page: How I became addicted to Agile Page: How to create and maintain a Product backlog Page: What is missing from agile - the black hole between vision and product backlog Page: The Toyota Way Management principles to sustain Lean and Agile Page: Shifting from Scrum to Kanban Page: The Bottleneck Game - Play to discover Theory of Constraints, Lean, Agile and Real Options Page: DCI - Not your Grandfather's Object-Oriented programming Page: Why Lean and Agile are in conflict, and how to resolve the conflicts Page: Burndown or burnup - How to visualize status and progress Page: Presentations