Virtual Scrum – Jeanne Boyarsky, Coderanch

Many Scrum principles assume you are co-located. But what if you aren’t. This session is to learn tools and techniques for working with remote team members in general and on a Scrum team in particular. The key is that everyone on the team is equally valued no matter where they happen to sit. While it takes more work to make this happen, the results are well worth it. Attendees will come away with several tools to use to map concrete techniques (like post its and planning poker cards) to the virtual world along with best practices (and anti-patterns to avoid).

Slides: TBA
Jeanne Boyarsky, Develope, CodeRanch
Many Scrum principles assume you are co-located. But what if you aren’t. This session is to learn tools and techniques for working with remote team members in general and on a Scrum team in particular. The key is that everyone on the team is equally valued no matter where they happen to sit. While it takes more work to make this happen, the results are well worth it. Attendees will come away with several tools to use to map concrete techniques (like post its and planning poker cards) to the virtual world along with best practices (and anti-patterns to avoid).

Slides: TBA

Jeanne Boyarsky, Developer, CodeRanch

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