- Behaviour Driven Development Using Plain Old JUnit, Elizabeth Keogh & Dan North – should given an interesting insight to how BDD is compared to plain old TDD.
- Learning Kaizen from Toyota (with Mindmaps), Kenji Hiranabe – a great opportunity to learn more about Lean and Mindmaps at the same time
- Feature Injection, Chris Matts & Julie Chickering – an interesting take on how to schedule features on demand
- Coaching Self Organizing Teams, Joseph Pelrine & Steve Freeman – Joseph has some great insights into coaching and teamwork
- Resistance As A resource, Dale Emery – Dale is the expert on this topic!
- Natural Laws Of Software Development – Deriving Agile Practices, Ron Jeffries & Chet Hendrickson – Ron and Chet always have something interesting to say
- Value Stream Mapping – Extending Our View To The Enterprise, Alan Shalloway – an essential lean tool for agile in the enterprise
- New Car Development In Toyota, Kenji Hiranabe – more lean material from about Toyota
- Come and Take It! Lean Pull Applied, Rod Coffin & Don McGreal – pull is an emerging art
- Metrics for Agility, Dan Rawsthornw – an insight into what metrics can add value
- GTD + Kanban + Round Robin for Product Owners, Thomas Nilsson – an interesting mix of techniques
- Prioritising and Sequencing Features: Several Techniques Including “Minimal Marketable Features”, Evan Campbell – MMFs are gaining recognition
- Future Direction For Agile, David Anderson – David has some unique ideas and insights
- User Story Mapping: Making Sense Out Of Your User Story Backlog, Jeff Patton – some really practical ideas for managing large backlogs
- Artful Making For Agile Team, Lee Devin & Stacia Broderick – a refreshingly different take on things!
- Estimating Considered Wasteful: Introducing Micro Release, Joshua Kerievsky – a really lean approch to agile
- Exploring User Stories Through Mind Mapping, Kenji Hiranabe & Takeshi Kakeda -a powerful use of mind mapping
- Starting A Kanban System for Software Engineering With Value Stream Mapping and Theory Of Constraints, Corey Ladas – Corey is a master of kanban