Without further ado, here is the MHA 2013 keynote: “Team Wikispeed: building a 100 MPG car using Agile & Lean methods” by Joe Justice
Photos of the event are now available at SmugMug.
If you took photos at the event, please consider sharing the location in the comments.
Thanks again to attendees and organizers for a great conference!
Links to presentations made available thus far, in alphabetical order by presenter’s last name:
- Chuck Durfee – Design Patterns in Non-Software Contexts – presentation PDF
- Hillel Glazer – presentation
- Kenny Rubin – Managing Technical Debt – presentation PDF
- Brad Swanson – Portfolio Management using the Lean Canvas – presentation PDF
- Lynn Winterboer – Agile Analytics – materials
- Frank Vega and Todd Sheridan – Kanban Metrics: Where to Start? PDF
- Zach Nies – Creating an Agile Business
Thank you to all of you who attended Mile High Agile 2013. By all accounts, it was a very successful conference.
Registration has received a number of requests for videos and slide decks from the speakers at Mile High Agile 2013. There are volunteers at work gathering videos, photos, and materials to share. In past years, it has taken a number of days to tally speaker feedback, hold our own conference retrospective, and get these materials to you. We volunteers are anxious to see them ourselves. We will publish these as soon as we can. Thank you for your patience. Look to this site for updates.
http://bit.ly/MHAlegacyJS. We will work to make other code sharing options available that do not require the wireless network in case of issues.
Update: The link has expired. Please see the Presentation Materials Omnibus Post for an updated link.
Don’t let the end of the conference be the end of your time connecting and learning with fellow agilists! Join us for an after conference social event.
Place: Jazz at Jack’s
Time: 6:00 – 8:00pm
Many thanks to our sponsor, IBM for hosting this party! This party is for attendees only.
Want some help with specific challenges you have encountered on your way to a more Agile way of working? Come to the Coaches Clinic, sponsored by Scrum Alliance, where you can speak one-on-one with an experienced Agile Coach. We can help you find the right coach to discuss technical practices, organizational change, Scrum, Kanban, Agile Coaching as a career and many other topics.
If your interested in how a similar event at another conference was organized, take a look at Agile 2012.