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Weekly Agile Reading. Pack 14

September 20, 2008 by Artem Marchenko

Here is the top writing that caught my attention this week. More links, than usually and not everything is exactly about Agile, but who cares as long as it is related and interesting.

You might like having a look at the previous link packs as well.

If you happen to encounter another interesting content published since last Friday, please, post links in the comments.

» How we do Sprint Planning 2 " Scrum 4 You A short guide to the second part of the sprint planning. Concise and clear
» 5 min on Scrum | Sprint Planning 1 " Scrum 4 You A short guide to the first part of the sprint planning. Concise and clear
» Agile Thoughts " Blog Archive " Shock Therapy... or Compassion? Criticism of the shock therapy as the Scrum adoption method.
» Scrum Log Jeff Sutherland Bootstrapping the self-organization by.. dictatorship? Opinion of the Scrum co-founder.
» Stack Overflow Launches - Joel on Software A new programming Q&A site started. Quite different from the usual discussion forums and backed by Joel Spolsky.
» Rands In Repose: Impossible When insane management requests may make sense. Or may not.
» NOOP.NL: Managing Software Development: Top 100 Blogs for Development Managers (Q3 2008) Usually I don't publish links to this site and this site contriibutors' blogs, because of the ethical reasons, but this particular blog list by our Jurgen is very interesting. It is nice to see this site in the same list with many other blogs that I enjoy. We ranked quite low though. Maybe need to invent a similar linkbait list to raise the PageRank again.
» A good JUnit tutorial in pdf. Several years old, but still makes a lot of sense.

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