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ScrumPloP 2013 Finished

From 19 ’till 24 of May was ScrumPloP 2013. We got together to work on the Scrum Patterns book that will be published in a year or two.

It started as usual with people bringing in drinks, chocolates and other good things to eat 🙂

ScrumPloP 2013

A lot of patterns where workshopped including two of my own. Received great feedback on my patterns Norms Of Conduct and Create Knowledge.

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We also worked on creating the first outlines of the pattern languages. Leading expert Neil Harrison and James Coplien took us on a crash course about pattern languages.

The first pattern languages that we worked on was Development Team. Jeff Sutherland and Mike Beedle composed the patterns to match their stories of their fist Scrum Team.

Development Team Pattern Language

The ScrumPloP was a fantastic learning experience and I can’t wait until ScrumPloP 2014. If you want to be part of this great experience you can contact the Product Owner of the pattern book. Please see the website for contact information.

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ScrumPloP 2012

Lachlan Heasman made this funny video of the ScrumPloP 2012.

Check it out 

ScrumPloP 2012

The next ScrumPloP is in the Netherlands. See ScrumTulipPloP for attendee list and registration details.

There is also time for drinks 🙂

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ScrumTulipPloP venue is known

We have decided to organize the ScrumTulipPloP at the Kasteel de Hooge Vuursche. The ScrumPloP.org website is also updated with the latest information about writing and submitting a paper for shepherding.

See ScrumTulipPloP for details and the call for papers.

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ScrumTulipPloP

February 21, 2012 Leave a comment

On october 29,30 and 31 there will be the first ScrumPloP conference in the Netherlands. I am organizing this conference together with pattern experts Neil Harrison and James Coplien. The ScrumPloP is supported by the Hillside pattern community

If you don’t know what a PloP is I recommend to read What is a PloP?

At the ScrumTulipPlop you have the opportunity to

  • Learn from peers & industry experts about Agile & Scrum
  • Share your knowledge in the form of patterns to contribute to the Agile & Scrum community.
  • Improve your pattern writing skills at the various writers workshops during the conference.

We will be announcing the venue and more details in the coming weeks.

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