Agile Coach Camp Canada is very popular this year. The organizers decided to use a lottery style ticketing system. If you have not put your name on it, do it! It reminded me of Google I/O when the tickets were sold out in less than an hour. ACCCA is the Google I/O of Agile, even Agile… Continue reading Alternatives to Agile Coach Camp Canada! or My Recommended List of Conferences, Un-conferences, Local Meetups and More!
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I received my PSPO I certificate from Scrum.org in September 2017. I took the PSPO I exam and passed it in the first pass with more than 90% mark in total, 100% mark on Scrum Framework, and 95% on Scrum Theory & Principles. I observed PSPO I training instructed by Dave Dame in September 2017. I took the PSPO I exam and… Continue reading Professional Scrum Product Owner I – PSPO I – Learn To Maximize Value
I have participated in a two-day course on Product Owner. These are my notes on the course. Day #1 Prioritize v.s. Order There could be many priority ones, there could be only one at the top when ordering Task management, I have not heard that in Scrum. Change is not free, there is a cost… Continue reading My Notes from Professional Scrum Product Owner
On October 4th, 2016 I received my Certified Scrum Professional (CSP) designation from Scrum Alliance. In order to be recognized as a CSP, you need to show continuos improvement and continuos learning that led you in the next level of experience and expertise in various situations applying Scrum and Agile values and principles. I am… Continue reading Certified Scrum Professional (CSP) – Scrum Alliance
Writing a user story is easy. However, a great user story is hard to come by. It is an art to have one! Introducing the values and specifications of a great user story to teams and individuals, I put together a session called “Better User Stories”. I am sharing the presentation I used. I divided the… Continue reading Writing Better User Stories!
I began learning about Agile when I was a developer. I was looking to find better ways of collaboration with the business and my team members. There was a point in time that I figured out I can’t deliver great code on my own; I need to help others to do great things from coding… Continue reading What is your Agile journey? Where does it take you? This is mine, kind of!
I was so touched by the LeSS framework that I had to implement it. The perfect opportunity presented itself, a big team (or shall I say a group of teams) that were working toward the same product. I’m sharing with you a presentation I prepared to move a team from a ScrumFall into more of a… Continue reading LeSS of an Introduction, More of an Implementation!
I attended “Certified LeSS Practitioner” course instructed by Craig Larman offered by Bertieg in April 2016. I also received “Certified LeSS Practitioner” designation from LeSS; as a result of successfully completing the course and its requirements. You can find more details about this course at https://less.works/course-details/certified-less-practitioner-toronto-122 The topics covered in “Certified LeSS Practitioner” are: LeSS Overview LeSS… Continue reading Certified LeSS Practitioner
I was very lucky for Craig Larman to be my fellow traveler in my Agile journey in April 2016, although for a very short period of time. I had the honor of taking part in LeSS practitioner course offered by him. I immensely enjoyed learning from one of the Agile Gurus, not only about LeSS… Continue reading Notes on LeSS with Craig Larman