Today is our first try at a new format (in addition to the cartoons) at www.implementingscrum.com.
It is called, “ImplementingScrum – UnScripted” and will feature audio and/or video in different formats along the way. By the time this goes out, it should be out on youtube and here is a link to the “.mov” format (uses quicktime and is just under 17MB — for some reason this is MUCH clearer — any recommendations???).
Using FeedBurner, it should also find it’s way out to iTunes as a podcast… let’s see together how it all works and continue to inspect and adapt.
This first version of this is with a guy “Down Under” who had some spectacular patience with me this morning (in addition to the fifteen hour time difference!).
His name is James Brett and he maintains a site at www.scrummaster.com.au and recently (with a LOT of help with the people there!) published a survey, where you can see the results at www.scrummaster.com.au/Article.mvc/Detail/43 or download the PDF file from www.scrummaster.com.au/Content/download/ScrumSurveyResultsJan09.pdf.
The video of this is about eight minutes long and goes into the survey a bit and introduces the topic. It is not meant to be exhaustive — right now it is a test of the technology convergence(s) and as usual we want to keep these things short and to the point.
You can also check out a few cartoons about retropectives on this site (there is a three part series here:
As usual, any errors anywhere on the video or my site — I accept that responsibility.
Take a look at the video and the links above for the survey and other stuff and PLEASE comment about it below.
Inspect and Adapt.
Let’s see where we go.