Agile By Example 2012 - The travel to Warsaw, Poland is a long journey. And to stay there for a few days beating their chill weather for a skinny guy like me, its a gargantuan task.
My diet there during the duration of my stay there was Bread, Butter and Jam with a cuppa
coffee for Breakfast. And just Apples and juices for lunch and dinner :(
I saved much of my energy not talking to folks until I'm done with my talk. Once my talk
is delivered, I had a great time with the attendees and other speakers.
My slide-deck of the presentation that I gave at this conference is below:
If you've attended my talk at the conference, I'd appreciate you feedback of my talk via speaker-rate link, just below the embedded presentation. Thanks in advance!
My talk feedback can be found at speaker-rate, comments section of slide-share, etc. Below is the snapshot of some live feedback of my talk on twitter:
RT Nice summary what's often wrong with stand-ups by @kartzontech #abe12
— Kamil Sztandera (@KamilSztandera) October 5, 2012
Nice summary what's often wrong with stand-ups by @kartzontech but still there is something still missing for me #abe12
— Wiktor Żołnowski (@streser) October 4, 2012
Really enjoying the presentation style of @kartzontech making a good job of engaging the audience #abe12
— Marcin Floryan (@mfloryan) October 4, 2012
Finally a talk on one of the most misunderstood and abused part of agile - the standup/daily scrum #abe12 thanks @kartzontech
— Kate Terlecka (@kateterlecka) October 4, 2012
A couple of pics from this conference are below:
More can be found at picasa-web albums: link1 and link2