Unfortunately, our interview with Ken fell through. Ken was very kind to offer time to sit with us, but due to multiple factors outside of his control, and conflicting schedules, we are deferring to publishing a mashup of interviews Scrum.org recently published on youtube - published with permission.
While there was a strong desire to sit with Ken, we are most interested in sharing his story which this show does. We are also very happy to share the paper that Ken wrote and presented (famously) in the 1995 OOPSLA conference in Austin, Texas
You can find the article at this thread on the Coalition.
In our 13th interview with the Agile Manifesto Signatories, we were lucky to speak with Stephen Mellor. Stephen sits with our hosts Ryan Lockard and James Gifford to discuss his background, his memories of the manifesto, and his current work with the Industrial Internet Consortium.
Hear Stephen's history with modeling, executable UML, and is views on software/architecture. Also, learn why Stephen felt his need to be at the event in Snowbird was to be (as he puts it) a "spy".
In this episode, we are "very excited" to welcome Martin Fowler (@MartinFowler) to the show. Martin shares his story with our host, Ryan Lockard (@AgilePHL), covering his early days with Extreme Programming on C3 with Kent Beck, his first engagement with Thoughtworks (@thoughtworks) and of course his time with the Manifesto in Snowbird.
While Martin admits to having little memory of Snowbird, he does provide a lot of new insight not heard in our prior interviews. Specifically his work on the paper "The New Methodology" and his work with the XP Leaders Conference that pre-dated Snowbird. While the conversation only briefly touches on Martin's memory of Snowbird, we spend about half our time discussing the state of Agile and Martin's unique wishes for emerging agile practitioners and developers. In this conversation we discuss Martin's paper, "Flaccid Scrum".
This episode of the Agile Uprising podcast features our exclusive interview with Agile pioneer and Manifesto Author Jim Highsmith. The Agile Uprising was very lucky to spend this hour with Jim, and if you want to learn more about him please visit his profile over at ThoughtWorks: https://www.thoughtworks.com/profiles/jim-highsmith
This episode of the Agile Uprising podcast features our exclusive interview with XP pioneer and Manifesto Author James Grenning. The Agile Uprising was very lucky to spend this hour with Ron, and if you want to learn more about him please visit his website www.wingman-sw.com. If you are a beer fan, you can also find James on Untappd at JWGrenning - since we are plugging Untappd, give Ryan (Ryan79) a follow too :-)
In this episode James discusses his background in engineering, embedded C, and his early introduction to Extreme Programming. James also recounts the story of when he created Planning Poker.
There is an open discussion on this episode on this thread: https://coalition.agileuprising.com/t/podcast-released-interview-with-james-grenning/
This episode of the Agile Uprising podcast features our exclusive interview with XP pioneer and Manifesto Author Ron Jeffries. The Agile Uprising was very lucky to spend this hour with Ron, and if you want to learn more about him please visit his website ronjeffries.com.
In this episode Ron mentions his "pink" book and his exciting new series called Dark Scrum - both linked here. He also mentions why there was not more diversity int he manifesto authors and why he feels "agile" was the wrong term selected.
There is an open discussion on this episode on this thread: https://coalition.agileuprising.com/t/podcast-released-interview-with-ron-jeffries/589
This episode of the Agile Uprising podcast features our exclusive interview with manifesto author and inventor of Scrum, Dr. Jeff Sutherland (@jeffsutherland). Jeff speaks to us about his professional career prior to the manifesto, his involvement in the event, and his work since.
The Agile Uprising was very lucky to spend this hour with Jeff, and if you want to learn more about him please visit his company Scrum Inc.
There is an open discussion on this episode on this thread: https://coalition.agileuprising.com/t/podcast-released-interview-with-jeff-sutherland/564
This episode of the Agile Uprising podcast features our exclusive interview with manifesto author, Brian Marick (@marick). Brian came to Snowbird as a representative for ensuring the quality/testing perspective was addressed.
Brian shares multiple stories about his work, his memories of the manifesto event - including his adventure snowshoeing in UT - and what he hopes for with the emerging agile practitioners.
There is an open discussion on this episode on this thread: https://coalition.agileuprising.com/t/podcast-released-interview-with-manifesto-author-brian-marick/523
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This episode features our exclusive interview with Agile Manifesto Author, Andy Hunt (@pragmaticandy). Andy is interviewed by Ryan Lockard (@ryan) and James Gifford (@Scrummando). We discuss Andy’s early work with Dave Thomas (@pragdave), his early books, the creation of The Pragmatic Bookshelf and of course his memories of the Agile Manifesto signing in 2001. Andy also discusses his work with the emerging Grows Method ( http://growsmethod.com/ & http://effectiveagileteams.com/) and how it can be applied to building better software and teams.
As we end the interview, Dave shares his most recent writing project, his first sci-fi novel Conglommora. The book is not yet released, but you can hear about the plot in the interview!
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In this addition to the Agile Manifesto author review, our hosts Ryan Lockard (@AgilePHL) and James Gifford (@scrummando) interview author Mike Beedle (@mikebeedle). Mike shares his story as one of the very first adopters of the Scrum framework and his early involvement with Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland. Mike also shares his memories of the manifesto event (including a funny story about the ride to the resort). Mike also discusses his latest book and project, Enterprise Scrum. The book is due to release in 2017 under the Mike Cohn Signature Series. To learn more about the manifesto project, please visit agileuprising.com. To comment on this show, please visit coalition.agileuprising.com.
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In this addition to the Agile Manifesto author review, our hosts Ryan Lockard (@AgilePHL) and Andy Cleff (@andycleff) interview author Arie Van Bennekum (@arievanbennekum). We discuss Arie’s interesting professional history in the medical and defense industries and his early involvement in the DSDM framework and consortium. Arie shares his personal views of the manifesto event in Snowbird and also provides his views on the future of agile. You can learn more about Arie’s company at wemanity.com. To learn more about the manifesto project, please visit agileuprising.com. To comment on this show, please visit coalition.agileuprising.com.
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Our interview with original manifesto co-author Bob Martin. Bob covers his perspective leading to, during and after the agile manifesto signing in 2001 at the ski resort in Snowbird, UT.
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An interview with the co-author of the manifesto, Crystal method founder, author, trainer, and global agile speaker Alistair Cockburn. Alistair provides in depth context into what he was doing prior to, and during the manifesto creation. Alistair is also presented with the notes Jon Kern shared, and his reaction to some notes is quite compelling as he sees what Jon handwrote next to his name!
Feb 22 2017 Update:
In our state of podcasting newness, we forgot to ask Alistair his hopes for the future of agile and its practitioners. He gracefully sat with us again for a brief addendum to his episode. The new content starts around minute 32, but the entire show is worth a re-listen! He discusses his paper 'Collaboration: The dance of contribution', the upcoming events with his Heart of Agile conference (Pittsburgh event is April 27 2017). Alistair even mentions his work with Teachable.com, when this links are ready we will update these notes.
Our interview with original manifesto co-author Jon Kern. Jon covers his perspective leading to, during and after the agile manifesto signing in 2001 at the ski resort in Snowbird, UT. During the interview, Jon makes mention of his original notes from the event, which are now freely shared on coalition.agileuprising.com.