Beside my books, there are a lot of talks, papers and other publications, I was involved with. Most of these publications are focused on Agile Software Development and on Pedagogical Patterns. If you are further interested in one of the publications, please do not hesitate to ask me via email at: web@jeckstein.com.

See also related and highly recommended papers, published by friends of mine, and more information of my engagement at various conferences.

2017:

2016:

2015:

2014:

    • Agile Singapore, Singapore (November 12 - 14)
      • Applying Agile Development Practices in Distributed Teams (November 12)
      • Overcoming Cultural differences by Focusing on Similarities (November 13)
      Agile Slovenia, Ljublana, Slovenia (October 10)
      • Complex Projects aren't plannable but controllable
    • Agile 2014, Orlando, FL (July 28 - August 01):
    • XP 2014, Rome, Italy (May 26 - 30)
      • Workshop with Siva Dorairaj: The Key to Distributed Development: Creating and Maintaining Trust (May 26)
    • Craft Conference, Budapest, Hungary (April 23 - 25)
      • Complex Projects aren't planable but controllable
    • ACCU, Bristol, UK (April 08 - 12):
      • The Art of Learning and Mentoring (April 10)
    • Optional Conference, Budapest, Hungary (April 08 - 09)
    • OOP 2014, Munich, Germany (February 03-07)
      • with Nicolai Josuttis (Moderator), Constanze Kurz, and others: Stammtisch: IT in 2013 (Roundtable on IT in the News in 2013) (February 04)
      • with Peter Hruschka (organizer) and Matthias Bohlen: 30 Jahre Peopleware (30 years of Peopleware) (February 06)
    • Agile Practitioner 2014, Tel-Aviv, Israel (January 28 - 29):
      • Agile Software Development in a Large and Distributed Environment (Workshop, January 28)
      • Toward a learning organization with agile development (Keynote, Januray 29)
    • Regional Scrum Gathering, Tokyo, Japan (January 14 - 15):
      • Introducing Agility into an Organization, or: How to become agile. (Keynote, January 15)
      • with Mike Beedle: What impedes organizational agility? (Panel, Januray 15)

2013:

  • Øredev 2013, Malmö, Sweden (November 4 - 8):
    • The Art of Learning and Mentoring (Talk, November 6)
  • Agile 2013, Nashville, TN (August 05-09):
    • Workshop: Complex projects aren't plannable but controlable (August 5)
  • DOAG 2013 Developer, Bonn, Germany (June 19):
    • Keynote: Agile Softwareentwicklung in großen Projekten (Talk: Agile Software Development in Large Projects) (June 19)
  • PAM Summit, Project and Analysis Management Summit, Cracow, Poland (June 13 - 14)
    • Talk: Sustainable Requirements Engineering isn’t effective – sharing responsibility is
  • XP 2013, Vienna, Austria (June 03 - 07)
    • Session with Diana Larsen: Retrospectives as a tool for Change Management
    • Workshop: Complex projects aren't plannable but controlable (June 07)
  • Seacon, Hamburg, Germany (May 16 - 17):
    • Komplexe Projekte sind nicht plan- aber steuerbar (Talk: Complex projects aren't plannable but controlable) (May 17)
  • iAKonferenz, Berlin, Germany (May 03 - 04)
    • Workshop: Agile Softwareentwicklung in großen verteilten Projekten – Wie auch große und verteilte Teams vom agilen Wertesystem profitieren! (Agile software development in large and distributed project - How even large and distributed teams can benefit from the agile value system!) (May 02)
    • Keynote: Agilität im Unternehmen (Agility within the Corporation) (May 03)
  • Project Zone Congress 2013, Frankfurt, Germany (March 18 - 19)
    • Talk: The keys to accurate planning, budgeting and estimating in agile projects (March 19)
    • Panel Debate: Cultural Challenges of Adopting (March 19)
  • ReConf 2013, Munich, Germany (March 11-14)
    • Keynote: Sustainable Requirements Engineering isn't effective - sharing responsibility is (March 13)
  • OOP 2013, Munich, Germany (January 21-25)
    • Technical Chair

2012:

    • Agile Tour Vienna 2012, Vienna, Austria (November 24-25)
      • Keynote Get over it! – Overcoming Organizational Shortcomings with Agility (November 24)
    • Agile Eastern Europe 2012, Kiev, Ukraine (October 6 - 7)
      • Workshop with François Bachmann: bigger-better-beyond-borders-learning-to-scale-from-a-co-located-team-to-the-enterprise (October 6)
    • GOTO Aarhus 2012, Aarhus, Denmark (October 01 - 05)
      • Tutorial: Agile Software Development for Distributed Teams (September 30)
      • Agile Development within the Corporation (Talk, October 1)
    • Agile 2012, Dallas, TX (August 13-17):
      • Workshop with Diana Larsen and James Shore: A Change Model for Agile Transformations (Workshop, August 13)
    • InterPM 2012, Glashütten/Taunus, Germany (May 11 - 12)
      • Keynote: Agilität: Aus den Fehlern der Industrialisierung lernen (Agility: Learning from the mistakes of Industrialization) (May 12)
    • XP 2012, Malmö, Sweden (May 21-25)
      • Talk: Agile Development within the Corporation (May 22)
      • Workshop with Diana Larsen: A Change Model for Agile Transformations (May 23)
    • SET@Jazoon, Zurich, Switzerland (June 26-28)
      • Agile Development within the Corporation (Talk, June 26)
    • OOP 2012, Munich, Germany (January 23-27)
      • with Nicolai Josuttis (Moderator), Ralph Langner, Bernd Kolb, Gregor Hohpe: Stammtisch: IT in 2011 (Roundtable IT in the News in 2011) (January 24)

2011:

    • Software QS-Tag, Nürnberg, Germany (November 2 - 3)
      • Keynote: Agile Softwareentwicklung in kleinen und großen Projekten (Agile Software Development in Small and Large Projects) (November 2)
    • Agile By Example, Warsaw, Poland (September 15-16)
      • Keynote: Applying Agile Development Practices in Distributed Teams (September 15)
    • SET@Jazoon, Zurich, Switzerland (June 21-23)
      • Agile Software Development with Distributed Teams (Talk, June 22)
    • JAX, Mainz, Germany (May 02 - 06):
      • Agility Day: 10 Jahre Agiles Manifest - Und nun? (10 Years Agile Manifesto - Now what?) (May 02)
    • XP 2011, Madrid, Spain (May 10-13)
      • Agile Software Development with Distributed Teams (Tutorial, May 10)
      • Agile at Scale (Fishbowl Facilitation, May 12)
    • ACCU, Oxford, UK (April 13 - 16):
      • Agile Software Development for Distributed Teams (April 13)
    • Software People in Moscow, Russia (April 7-9)
      • Keynote: Agile by Planning Continuously (April 7)
      • Workshop: Planning, Estimation, and Correction in an Agile Project (April 9)
    • Agile NYC , User group meeting New York City, NY, USA (March 17):
      • Agile Software Development in the Large
    • GI-Braunschweig, Braunschweig, Germany (February 17):
      • Agile Softwareentwicklung und Projektmanagement (German only)
    • OOP 2011 , Munich, Germany (January 24-28)
      • with Frances Paulish: Question & Answer with Tom DeMarco (January 26)
      • with Thomas Walker: Echte Agilität erfordert eine werteorientierte Unternehmenskultur (Talk: Real Agility requires a value-oriented organizational culture) (January 27)

2010:

    • Øredev 2010, Malmö, Sweden (November 8 - 12):
      • Agile Software Development for Distributed Teams (Tutorial, November 9)
      • Creating Proximity over a Distance - Collaboration in a Distributed Environment (Talk, November 1)
    • Conquest 2010, Dresden, Germany (September 20 - 22):
      • with Nicolai Josuttis: Software Quality in the Age of Globalization (Keynote, September 22)
    • Webinar (September 8), recording available free of charge till Spetember 26
      • Introducing Agility into an Organization; or: How to Become Agile
    • Agile 2010, Orlando, FL (August 9 - 13):
    • 7. Experten-Forum-Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany (July 2):
      • Agile Softwareentwicklung in großen, verteilten Projekten (Workshop: Agile Software Development in Large and Distributed Projects)
    • SeaCon, Hamburg, Germany (June 28 - 29):
      • Verteilte Entwicklung trotz kultureller Unterschiede (Talk: Distributed Development despite Cultural Differences)
    • AgilePT 2010, Porto, Portugal (June 25-26):
      • Introducing Agility into an Organization or: How to become Agile? (Tutorial, June 25)
      • Agile Software Development in the Large (Keynote, June 26)
    • XP 2010, Trondheim, Norway (May 31-June 4):
      • Agile Software Development with Distributed Teams (Tutorial, June 1)
      • Is Agile Research Dead in the Water? (Panel, June 2)
      • Facilitating Virtual Retrospectives (Workshop, June 4)
    • SET, Zurich, Switzerland (May 18 - 19):
      • Effektive Globale Teams: Agile Softwareentwicklung mit verteilten Teams (Keynote: Effective Global Teams: Agile Software Development with Distributed Teams) (May 19)
    • ACCU, Oxford, UK (April 14 - 17):
      • Creating Proximity over a Distance (April 14)
    • JAX London , London, UK (February 22-24)
      • Distributed Teams: Creating Proximity over a Distance (February 23)
    • OOP, Munich, Germany (January 25-29)
      • Agile Softwareentwicklung mit verteilten Teams (Tutorial: Agile Software Development with Distributed Teams) (January 25)
      • Agile Entwicklungspraktiken in verteilter Entwicklung (Talk: Agile Development Practices within Distributed Development) (January 26)

2009:

    • Praktikerforum, Go Scrum - Agile Softwareentwicklung, Wien / Vienna, Austria (December 1)
    • W-Jax, Munich, Germany (November 9-13)
      • Verteilte Entwicklung trotz kultureller Unterschiede (Talk: Distributed Development despite Cultural Differences) (November 9)
    • Encontro Ágil, São Paulo, Brazil (October 10-11):
      • Agile Software Development in the Large (Keynote) and Planning, Estimating and Correction in an Agile Project (Tutorial) (October 11)
    • Agile Eastern Europe, Kyiv, Ukraine (September 18-19):
    • CONQUEST, Nürnberg, Germany (September 16 - 18):
      • Agile Software Development in the Large (Tutorial) (September 16)
    • Webinar, free of charge (September 9)
      • Staying Agile in a Global World - Distributed Agile Software Development
    • Agile 2009, Chicago, IL (August 24 - 28):
      • Overcoming Cultural Differences (Talk) (August 25)
    • SeaCon, Hamburg, Germany (June 22 - 23):
      • Expertenbefragung zur agilen Softwareentwicklung (ask the experts about agile development) (June 22)
    • XP 2009, Pula, Sardinia, Italy (May 25-30):
      • Distributed Agile Teams: Creating Proximity over a Distance (Tutorial) (May 26)
      • Panel: Agile Coaching (May 29)
    • ACCU, Oxford, UK (April 22 - 25):
      • Agile Makes Progress Transparent: But Who Wants to be Confronted with Reality? (April 22)
    • JAX, Mainz, Germany (April 20 - 24):
      • Agility Day: Verteilte Agile Entwicklung: Trotz Distanz Nähe schaffen (Distributed Agile Development: Creating Proximity over a Distance) (April 20)
    • OOP, Munich, Germany (January 26-30):
      • How to become Agile (January 28)
      • Globalization, Agility, and Conway's Law - Rules and Secrets of Large IT Systems with Nicolai M. Josuttis (January 29)

2008:

  • W-Jax, Munich, Germany (November 3-7)
    • Was tun mit der Transparenz (Talk: What to do with all the transparency?) (November 3)
  • Agile Business Conference, London, UK (September 23-24)
    • Staying Agile in a Global World: Distributed Agile Software Development (Keynote) (September 24)
  • SoftwareTrends.ch, Gersau, Vierwaldstättersee, Switzerland (September 3-5)
    • Wie wird man Agil? (How to become Agile) (Final Keynote) (September 5)
  • Webinar, free of charge (August 21)
    • Top 10 Pitfalls in Agile Software Development
  • Agile 2008 , Toronto, Canada (August 4 - 8):
    • Creating Proximity over a Distance (Talk) (August 5)
    • Typical Pitfalls in Agile Software Development (Talk) (August 6)
    • Distributed Retrospectives (Workshop) (August 8)
  • XP 2008, Limerick, Ireland (June 10-14):
    • Agile Software Development in the Large (Tutorial) (June 10)
    • How to become Agile (Tutorial) (June 11)
  • SET, Zurich, Switzerland (May 6 - 7):
    • Panel (May 6): Software Development in 2028
  • JAX, Wiesbaden, Germany (April 21 - 25):
    • Agility Day (April 21): How to become Agile
  • ACCU, Oxford, UK (April 2 - 5):
    • How to become Agile (April 2)
  • Agile Egypt , Cairo, Egypt (March 2):
    • Offshore and Distributed Agility
    • Transitioning to Agile
  • OOP, Munich, Germany (January 21- 25):
    • Agile Software Development in the Large (January 21)
    • Retrospectives - Success with Continuous Course Corrections (January 22)

2007:

    • Agile Development Practices Conference, Orlando, Florida, USA (December 3-7):
      • Tutorial: Agile Software Development in the Large (December 4)
      • Keynote: Scaling Agile Processes (December 6)
    • QCon, San Francisco, CA, USA (November 5 - 9):
      • Agile Software Development in the Large (November 8)
    • W-JAX, Munich, Germany (November 5 - 9, 2007):
      • Agile Day (November 5)
    • SwSTE07, Herzlyia, Israel (October 30-31):
      • Planning, Estimating and Learning in an Agile Project (October 31)
    • OOPSLA, Montreal, Canada (October 21 - 25):
      • Agile in the Face of Global Software Development (October 24)
    • JAOO, Aarhus, Denmark (September 23 - 28):
      • Global, yet Agile, Software Development (September 24)
    • SDBest Practices , Boston, MA, USA (September 18-21):
      • Agile Software Development in the Large (September 18)
    • Agile 2007 , Washington, D.C., USA (August 13 - 17):
      • Global - Yet Agile - Software Development (August 1< Complex Projects aren't plannable but controllable Agile Development Practices within Distributed DevelopmentliAgile Software Development in the Large a href=5)
      • Discovery Session: Smells in Agile Software Development with Roman Pichler (August 16)
    • TSSJS, Barcelona, Spain (June 27 - 29):
      • Agile Software Development in the Large (June 27)
    • XP 2007, Como, Italy (June 18- 22, 2007):
      • Panel: Community Reflections moderated by David Hussman (June 19)
      • Panel: Learning more about Software "Best" Practices with Giancarlo Succi, Technical Chair/li Yael Dubinsky, Robert Biddle, moderated by Steven Fraser (June 20)
      • Tutorial: Global - Yet Agile - Software Development (June 22)
    • JAX, Wiesbaden, Germany (April 23 - 26):
      • Agile Software Development in the Large (April 23)
    • ACCU, Oxford, UK (April 11 - 14):
      • Typical Pitfalls in Agile So li, Nürnberg, Germany (September 16 - 18): http://accu.org rel= liAgile Coaching/li/index.php/conferences/liftware Development (April 12)
      • Global, yet Agile, Software Development (April 13)
    • SDWest, Santa Clara, CA, USA (March 19-23):
      • Agile - With or Despite Global Development (March 21)
    • ReConf, Munich, Germany (March 5-8):
      • Workshop: Planen, Schätzen, Korrigieren in einem agilen Projekt (Planning, Estimation, Correction in an Agile Project) (March 5)
      • Keynote: Agile durch fortlaufendes Planen (Agile by continuously Planning) (March 6)
    • OOP, Munich, /a/a Germany (January 22-26):
      • Typische Fehler bei der agilen Softwareentwicklung (Typical Mistakes when applying Agility) (January 25)

2006:

  • Javapolis, Antwerp, Belgium (December 11- 15, 2006):
    • Agile Software Development in the Large (December 12)
    • Typical Pitfalls in Agile Development (December 13)
  • W-JAX, Munich, Germany (November 6 - 10, 2006):
    • Mit oder trotz globaler Entwicklung agile (Agile - With or Despite Global Software Development) (November 7)
    • BoF: Typische Fehler bei der agilen Softwareentwicklung (Typical Pitfalls in Agile Software Development) (November 7)
  • OOPSLA, Portland, OR, Uul liSA (October 22 - 26, 2006):
    • Tutorial: Agile Software Development in the Large (October 22)
    • Panel: The Convergence of XP and Scrum (October 26)
  • JAOO, Aarhus, Denmark (October 1 - 6, 2006):
    • Typical Pitfalls in Agile Development (October 3)
    • Tutorial: Agile in Large Projects (Octa href=ober 6)
  • Agile 2006 , Minneapolis, MI, USA (July 23 - 28, 2006):
    • Tutorial: Agile Software Development in the Large (July 24)
    • Workshop: Extreme Construction with Joe Bergin and Fred Grossman (June 25)
    • Panel: Enhancing Diversity (June 26)
    • Panel: Community Reflections (June 27)
  • XP 2006, Oulu, Finland (June 17- 22, 2006):
    • Tutorial: Agile Software Development in the Large (June 18)
    • Panel: Open Source Software in an Agile World (June 19)
    • Panel: Politics and Religion in an Agile World (June 20)
    • Workshop: Extreme Construction with Joe Bergin (June 21)
  • JAX, Wiesbaden, Germany (May 8 - 12, 2006):
    • Typische Fehler bei der agilen Softwareentwicklung (Typical Mistakes when applying Agility) (May 9)
    • Worauf es bei Agilität wirklComplex projects aren't plannable but controlable (March 19) Praktikerforumich ankommt (What's really required when applying agility) (May 9)
  • ACCU, Oxford, UK (April 18 - 22, 2006):
    • with Nicolai Josuttis: Agile Software Development for succeeding with large Projects (April 18)
    • Panel: Agile with Offshoring (April 20)
    • Retrospectives - Success with Continuous Course Corrections (April 21)
  • OOP, Munich, Germany (January 16-20):
    • Agil durch fortlaufendes Planen (Agile via contiuous Planning). (January 17)
    • Panelist. IT-Rueckblick: Die Analyse - Der ultimative IT-Stammtisch. (IT-Retrospection: The analysis - The ultimate regulars' table) (January 17)
    • with Nicolai Josuttis: Erfolgreiche Entwicklung großer Systeme. (Successful Development of Large Systems) (January 18)

2005:

    • Bessere Software (Better Software), Cologne, Germany (November 21 - 23, 2005):
      • Tutorial with Nicolai Josuttis: Erfolgreiche Softwareentwicklung in großen Projekten (Successful Software Development with large Projects) (November 21)
      • Retrospektiven - Durch ständige Kurskorrekturen zum Projekterfolg (Retrospectives - Project success with continuous course corrections) (November 22)
      • Panel: Softwareentwicklung zwischen Kunst und Ingenieurswesen (Software Development between Art and Engineering) with Tom DeMarco and Niklaus Wirth (November 23)
    • W-JAX, Munich, Germany (November 14 - 17, 2005):
      • Retrospektiven - Durch ständige Kurskorrekturen zum Projekterfolg (Retrospectives - Project success wit Agile Software Development with Distributed Teamslih continuous course corrections) (Nspan style=/li liovember 14)
      • with Nicolai Josuttis: Erfolgreiches Management großer Systeme (Successful Management of large Systems) (November 15)
    • OOPSLA, San Diego, CA, USA (October 16 - 20, 2005):
      • Workshop: Apprenticeship Pedagogical Patterns with: Pam Rostal, David West, Joseph Bergin, Mary Lynn Manns, and Linda Rising. (October 16)
      • Tutorial: Agile Software Development in the Large (October 19)
    • JAOO, Aarhus, Denmark (September 25 - 30, 2005):
      • Agility in Perspective (September 28)
    • Agile 2005 , Denver, CO, USA (July 24 - 29, 2005):
      • Agile Software Development in the Large (July 26)
    • Experten Forum, Stuttgart, Germany:
      • Retrospektiven - Durch ständige Kurskorrekturen zum Projekterfolg (Retrospectives - Project success with continuous course corrections) (July 8)
    • XP 2005, Sheffield, UK (June 18- 23, 2005):
      • Invited Talk: Agility - Coming of Age (June 20)
    • JAX, Frankfurt, Germany (May 9 - 13, 2005):
      • Planen, Schätzen und Korrigieren in einem agilen Projekt (May 9)
      • Retrospektiven - Durch ständige Kurskorrekturen zum Projekterfolg (Retrospectives - Project success with continuous course corrections) (May 9)
      • with Nicolai Josuttis: Erfolgreiches Management großer Systeme (Successful Management of large Systems)
    • ACCU, Oxford, UK (April 20 - 23, 2005):
    • OOP, Munich, Germany:
      • Panelist. IT-Rueckblick: Die Analyse - Der ultimative IT-Stammtisch. (IT-Retrospection: The analysis - The ultimate regulars' table) (January 25)
      • with Nicolai Josuttis, Chris Wege and Frank Gerhardt: Eclipse als Rich-Client-Plattform. (January 26)
      • with Nicolai Josuttis: Moderne System- und Abnahmetests. (Modern System- and Acceptancetests) (January 27)

2004:

    • XPDays, Karlsruhe, Germany:
      • Keynote (November 22)
      • with Frank Westphal: Kurskorrekturen durch Retrospektiven (Course Correction by using Retrospectives), (November 24)
    • OOPSLA, Vancouver, BC, Canada:
      • Panel: The IT-View - The Ultimate IT Chat with: Mary Lynn Manns, Linda Rising, Lise B. Hvatum, and Rebecca Wirfs-Brock. Moderated by Nicolai M. Josuttis< /h4Agile Software Development in the Large (October 27)
    • ProjektManagement Forum, Nürnberg, Germany:
      • Agile Software Development in the Large (October 6)
    • JAOO, Arhus, Denmark:
      • Agile Software Development in Practice (September 20)
      • Feature Driven Development (September 20)
      • Panel on Agility with: Rachel Davies, and Martine Devos (Septembehttps://submissions.agilealliance.org/sessions/1646 (March 19)), Nürnberg, Germany (September 16 - 18): em r 20)
    • ASQT: Softwarequalität und Test 2004 (Softwarequality and Test), Klagenfurt, Austria:  
      • Qualitätsgesicherte Agilität - Ein Paradox? (Quality Assured Agility - A Paradox?) (September 15)
    • Experten Forum, Stuttgart, Germany:
      • with Nicolai Josuttis. Agile Softwareentwicklung in großen Projekten. (Agile software development with large projects.) (July 2)
    • iX Eclipse Konferenz, Heidelberg, Germany:
      • with Nicolai Josuttis: Eclipse in einer agilen Welt. (Eclipse in an agile world) (June 15)
    • XP 2004, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany:
      • Program Chair (June 6-10)
      • Living in a non-agile World (June 10)
    • JAX, Frankfurt, Germany:
      • with Nicolai Josuttis. Agile Projekte in großen und kleinen Teams. (Agile projects with small and large teams.) (May 13)
    • ACCU, Oxford, UK:
      • Panelist. The IT-View (April 14)
      • with Nicolai Josuttis: Fit, Agile and Eclipse. (April 14)
    • OOP, Munich, Germany:
      • Measurement and Correction of project Velocity in Agile Development. (January 20)
      • Panelist. IT-Rueckblick: Die Analyse - Der ultimative IT-Stammtisch. (IT-Retrospection: The analysis - The ultimate regulars' table) (January 20)
      • Book signing. Agile Softwareentwicklung im Grossen. (Agile Software Development in the Large) (January 21)
      • with Nicolai Josuttis, Frank Westphal and Markus Voelter: Fit, Agile und Eclipse - Ein Erfolgsbericht. (Fit, agile and Eclipse - A success story) (January 22)

2003:

    • JAOO, Aarhus, Denmark
      • with Nicolai Josuttis. Amplifying the Agile Principles. Talk. (September 22)
      • with Nicolai Josuttis. EJB Role Play. Simulation for understanding the lifecycle of EJBs. (September 25)
      • Extreme Hour. Workshop for experiencing Extreme Programming. (September 25)
    • EuroPLoP 2003, Irsee, Germany
      • with Mary Lynn Manns, Helen Sharp and Marianna Sipos. Teaching from different Perspectives. The latest paper in the Pedagogical Patterns Project effort.
    • XP 2003, Genoa, Italy:
    • E-Business Patterns: Architekturen fuer das E-Business. (E-Business Patterns: Architectures for the e-business.) In: JavaSpektrum Mar/Apr 2003, p.37-39
    • Agility-Day, Frankfurt, Germany: Agilität und große Teams - ein Widerspruch? (Agility and Large Teams - A Contradiction?).
    • OOP, Munich, Germany:
      • with Nicolai Josuttis. EJB Rollenspiel (EJB Roleplay). A simulation for gaining a deeper understanding of EJBs.
      • with Jens Coldewey and Klaus Marquardt. Tutotainment - Wetten, dass.... (We bet you...). We bet that you will learn in this session something about agile software development. Something that you always would have liked to know, but you never dared to ask!
      • with Nicolai Josuttis. Skalieren von Agilen Prozessen - Ein Erfahrungsbericht. (Scaling Agile Processes - An experience report.)
      • with Bernd Oesterreich (Moderation), Markus Voelter, Thomas Stahl, Jens Coldewey and Nicolai Josuttis. Keynote-Panel: MDA und Agilititaet - ein Widerspruch? (MDA and Agility - A Contradiction?)

2002:

2001:

    • with Jens Coldewey, Pete McBreen and Alastair Handley. Human Issues of Agile Processes. Workshop at OOPSLA 2001. Tampa, USA.
    • with Markus Voelter. Learning to Teach and Learning to learn. Patterns for Pedagogy. In: Proceedings of netObjectDays 2001. Erfurt, Germany.
    • with Nicolai Josuttis. EJB Roleplay. Simulation at netObjectDays 2001. Erfurt, Germany.
    • with Joe Bergin. Mining Pedagogical Patterns. Workshop at ECOOP 2001. Budapest, Hungary.
    • with Mary Lynn Manns, Klaus Marquardt and Eugene Wallingford. Patterns for Experiential Learning. In: Proceedings of EuroPLoP 2001. Irsee, Germany.
    • with Markus Voelter. Growing a Pattern Language. In: Proceedings of OT 2001. Oxford, UK.
    • with Thorsten Dittmar. Was bin ich froh dass ich ein duenner Hering bin. Eine Auseinandersetzung mit XP und anderen leichtgewichtigen Methoden. In: ObjektSpektrum Jan/Feb 2001, p.28-30
    • with Mary Lynn Manns and Markus Voelter. Pedagogical patterns: capturing best practices in teaching object technology. Wiley, SoftwareFocus. Volume2, No.1, Spring 2001)
    • with Markus Voelter. Patterns and Pedagogy - A winning Team. Learning to teach, learning to learn. In: IBM developerWorks January 2001.
    • with Rolf F. Katzenberger. XP inside the Trojan - Refactoring the Unified Software Development Process. In Extreme Programming Examined. Giancarlo Succi and Michele Marchesi. Addison Wesley 2001, p.137-154
    • Learning to Teach and Learning to Learn. Running a Course. In: Proceedings of EuroPloP 2000. Martine Devos, Andreas Rüping. UVK, Universitätsverlag Konstanz 2001. p. 75.

2000:

1999:

1998:

    • Wie lernt man ein fremdes Framework am besten kennen?. In: ObjektSpektrum Nov./Dez. 1998. p. 80-83
    • Workshop Report: A Paradigm Shift in Teaching OOT. Proceedings of the Educators' Symposium at OOPSLA'98. Vancouver, British Columbia
    • Empowering Framework Users. Proceedings of STJA'98. Erfurt, Oktober 1998
    • Incremental Role Play. In: Proceedings of EuroPlop'98. Jens Coldewey, Paul Dyson. UVK, Universitätsverlag Konstanz 1999. p. 53
    • A Paradigm Shift in Teaching OOT. Workshop at the OT 1998. Oxford, UK
    • Incremental Role Play. In: Capturing Successful Practices in Object Technology Education and Training. Mary Lynn Manns, Helen Sharp, Maximo Prieto, Phil McLaughlin. JOOP March/April 1998. p. 29-34

<1997:

    • A Paradigm Shift in Teaching OOT. Proceedings of the Educators' Symposium at OOPSLA'97. Atlanta, Georgia
    • Experiences from OO Mentoring. In: OOPSLA'97 Workshop on Doing your first OO Project - OO Education Issues in Industry and Academia. Jürgen Börstler. UMEÅ University Schweden. UMINF 97.26. p. 23-25
    • Distributed Computing - Verteilte Client/Server/Web Anwendungen. In: Offene Systeme Band 6, 4/1997. p. 208-214
    • Von der Anforderung zum Modell - Jäger des verlorenen Objekts. Unix/Open 2/1996. p. 104-107
    • Objektorientierte Datenbanken im Einsatz. Proceedings der GUUG Jahrestagung in Wiesbaden 1993.
    • Output Panelgespräch - Ist Objektorientierung eine Methodik? Output Sonderausgabe 1993. p. 41-44
    • Konzept geändert. Relationale und objektorientierte Datenbanken unterscheiden sich in ihrer Abspeichermethode. Maschinenmarkt 9/1993. p. 50-52
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