You can now run the Slow Code Retreat by following the facilitation guide. By doing so, you’ll also learn 6 Liberating Structures for your future workshops.
How to fix bad agile by starting neutral discussions about baby-steps programming. Baby steps are a sustainable and productive approach to writing code.
Here is a step-by-step workshop to guide a team to drawing a Quality View. Use it to discuss investment in agile technical excellence with stakeholders.
Applying willpower to have a “wider than team” impact on an organization is a recipe for burnout! Check the “Local Actions, Global Impact” strategy instead.
“Developers will always have more work than time” We can race our TODO lists or accept and slow down NOW. The “Slow Code Retreat” helps us do that!
Teams often disagree about what is a good test strategy! So here is an all-in workshop to capture practices, define testing terms and agree on improvements.
Getting participants in a TCR code kata exercise seems complicated! Yet, given what TCR is, these sessions can radiate genuine fun and direct applicability!
Evolutionary Design might be the most valuable yet impenetrable XP practice. Use TCR to practice baby-steps coding, the cornerstone of Evolutionary Design.