After a successful first Agile on the Bench, we decided to do it all again, who would have thought standing in the cold listening to people talk about Agile related topics, without any tech would be what people wanted to do with a lunch time in December, but it was!
We had even more people come along this time despite the drop in temperature, and learnt about different types of memory, how the making of Blondies Parallel lines teaches us about agile, delivery teams like to see measurements and how to spot an agile company. Thanks to everyone who came and our speakers (in order or appearance): me, Chris Young, James Ashton, Peter Hilton and Dan Brown
Some follow up links from Agile on the Bench
- The making of Blondies Parallel lines
- Henrik Kniberg’s slides on risk
- The Dan Plan (the man who is using the 10,000 of practice technique to become a pro golfer)
If you want to come along to (or speak at) the next event, register your interest at agileonthebench.co.uk
Thanks to Simon Brunning for taking pics