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The people
Evening activities
Add twitter handles to session cards Video prototyping Great as usual. We are spoiled
Every session I've attended
Lots of different topics
Great food
Great people!
Even more internationally renowned speakers Teal organization
Delegation Poker
Hands on sessions WITHOUT bringing your own device
Interactivity of sessions
Wide variety of sessions
Location
Speakers with better English understanding/speaking
All pitches were funny, but not always clear on content
I loved that there were no keynotes! All the speakers are the same Adding another day of open space would be amazing I'll try the sticky stuff on some presentations and will adapt my session from the feedback Adding another day of open space would be amazing I really liked the community and also the evening games!
The energy / interaction
The food
Inspiration for books & websites
LESS
Scaling
Delegation
The culture of XP Days, the openness of the people
The facilities (rooms, food, etc.) and of course the sessions
Everything was well prepared!
That's a hard question :-)
My suggestion would be to make sure that the feedback form for each session is also available in enough numbers at the actual session. Now I forgot sometimes to do the feedback
Organization model of red, amber…teal More diversity of roles! I have the idea that more and more 'agile coach' are attending and less and less engineers (system, software, test) This is of cours related to the content of the XP Days. So maybe it's time to rethink about it?
And this is just and observation. I didn't have any solutions for it. But I trust the organizational people to decide what to do with it.
You did a great job! Again!
Catering, bol.com game, lots of good sessions
Well smoothly organized
Opening sessions
Talks outside sessions
Less traffic :-) Delegation game
Awareness of metaphors
Me, presenting
The fun
The sessions
The lunch second day Extreme facilitation
Ice breakers
Delegation is an art
Sharpen your story splitting
No, just keep doing what you do
Beter aanduiding "zalen"
Website: print-vriendelijke versie
The atmosphere, no commercial talks or people who want to be the best Facilitation that helps to get to know everyone, like speed dating The case of bol.com
What I can do with Delegation Poker
Sociocracy and Less
More cases like bol.com Spreading the message of XP Days beyond IT
Plenary sessions
Manu on TDD
Extreme facilitation
Food is excellent for vegetarian
Sauna
The people: new/existing connections
Extreme Listening
Elewijt is great, however acoustics in drinking/eating locations reflects a lot of noise => reduce Responsibility Model
Delegation Poker
More unconventional topics Thanks to the organizers & speakers of the event
The sessions
The informal setting
The low price
Relaxing facilities & music Delegation poker Please continue this way!
Interactiveness
Fun
More variation Facilitation
Organization colors
More variation
Everything Scaling. Less An open space slot
Lots of nice participants
Some good sessions (transforming addicted organizations)
Good catering and premises
Teal & turn the ship around
Organization addition model
The pace, the long breaks with time to talk outside of sessions and the games! Just a little bit more of shorter sessions because it is difficult to "block" a whole half day on a single topic Systems thinking
Mechanism ideas for games
Surprising things
Hands on sessions
Live coding sessions with interaction
Test driven dev sessions
Getting to Green sessions
Transformation steps in Getting to Green sessions
Use of TDD in hostile environment
More hands on TDD sessions Very well organized, good session subjects
Interesting people
Nice to meet other professionals
Dynamics at some lectures
Seems that presentations need better screening as some seemed unprepared Nothing really. Loads of topics covered The pitch presentation could be on video online so we better can decide
Diversity in sessions
Technical track
Responsibility Model
Extreme Listening
XP and/or Scrum session The website didn't really give me high expectations
Sessions very easy to follow (very interactive)
Impressively good food!
Only drawback of most sessions is that they are less ???. I'd have been happy to come back with more content (theory) Teal organizations
Management v3.0
I'm especially interested I how to optimally ??? Scrum teams with more traditional management models (interfaces)
Inspirational sessions
Pitch of every session made it easier to choose
Responsibility model More Scrum-specific sessions Website is ugly, should be more attractive
Everything :-) Responsibility model
Make it stick
GSLS Site
Something hands on with business & developers Thanks for a great conference!
I liked the sessions with mixed theory and experience
I loved the relaxed atmosphere and good food (& good bar!)
Kind & open people
Inspiring talks and sessions. Fun and practical
It is very well organized already Active listening!
Delegation poker
Responsibility Model
Warm up exercises
More of these fun games that help me to be a better person or can help my team/organization to function better No, thumbs up!
Organization
Large choice of topics
Relaxed atmosphere
Delegation Poker
Splitting stories
Man on the Moon
Splitting stories
Extreme Listening
Atmosphere!
Extreme listening
A bit of all sessions
The food, the people, the interaction Responsibility process More stretched topics -> dive into unexplored territories… Always well-organized and friendly people
The dynamics, the interactions and the exchange of knowledge between the participants Even more days :-) T.P.P.
Micro services
Applying agile methodologies to legacy code
Everything Delegation poker & authorization boards
Mindful language
"Scaling agile: the good & the bad"
Lots of games and exercises
Good atmosphere, great people
Nice location
Good food
More parallel sessions? Repeating session? I missed out on a few sessions that that restrictions on the number of participants
A touch of unconference? Space/rooms for creative breakouts and lean coffee
Responsibility process
Delegation poker / authority board
Giving feedback
More on story mapping, impact mapping and BDD (Cynefin, feature injection etc.)
Creating your own agile games
Please put labels next to the disches so I need less help in selecting my food
Great crowd
Great sessions
Climate control Clean language (2 sessions!) Open space section?
Great sessions, good company ??? Keep up the good work Story splitting patterns More of this! The ears on the teacups were too small to hold it without burning your fingers
Fantastic crowd, great venue, variety of subjects, nice food Some presentations were so-so, but I'm not sure how to improve that Communication/feedback skills Same great atmosphere
Nicer logo?
Good topics
Enough time for breaks
Be more aware of the way I communicate Surprise me!
Atmosphere
Info
Organizations
By not changing MacLeod Hierarchy
Design
Theory U
The mix of tech and process talks I think it's already pretty good Barbarian agility :-) All the nice people Thanks to you all for giving me 2 inspiring days!
Everything Maybe difference location More of the same
Very good sessions
Well organized
It was a bit cold in the rooms Video prototyping
Teal organizations
More of this! Thank your organizers!
Sinterklaas laten komen?
The food, several sessions I'm going to use some of the learnings in the coming weeks Less Aikido Thank you for organizing
Atmosphere
Quality of sessions
Tryout on actual
Aiki session to replace the wakeup/evening sessions
Extreme listening
TPP
More like this C ya next year!
It was fun, learned at lot and met a lot of great people Nothing. It was perfect LESS Little "booths" so sponsors can have some "talk" time with the XP Days community It was amazing, friendly service and the food was great!
Spirit of the conference
Many sessions
No barriers between participants
Food :-)
Facility
TDD insights
Chocolate packing skills :-)
Micro services
Same spirit
Quality sessions
Some sessions were not so strongs as I expected
It was hard to choose sessions based on description. The "pitch" was often the place where I decided.
Thank you!
Schedule: breaks, session length all perfect!
Atmosphere!
(Even) more interactive sessions
"Getting to Green" and "Look ma! No Frameworks" shouldn't have been scheduled at the same time
More tips on how to convince team-members of best practices
The event was well organized. I like the blend of high & low tech in how you communicate (agenda etc.) New, more diverse presenters please. It seems that same group of people is presenting every year Feedback sessions
Active listening
Ice breakers
More on DevOps? Great conference! Keep doing it!
Very good set of talks and interesting topics to apply to real projects
Good food
During lunch/dinner always make it clear if the food is suitable for vegetarians or not. i.e. second lunch it was not described Extreme listening
Investigate more about DevOps
More cases of companies that have applied SAFE and their learnings on this process Can Amsterdam be the next location for this event?
Good topics: relevant and at the right level
Good organization (location, food, drinks)
Good networking opportunity
More gaming in small groups (short sessions) Transforming addicted organizations
Good atmosphere
Not too big
Games
It's just perfect Splitting user stories
Scaling game
See Per singing
The people
Evening games
Interesting topics
Live streams of sessions + ability to re-watch
Open Space
The foul smell at the venue hall was bad
Organization addiction
Holocracy
Delegation Poker
More nearby hotels
Missed the meditation session, was in another hotel
The XP Days in general
Meeting old friends
Better WIFI Business Value
Splitting stories
More talks
Really out of the box stuff
Keep up the good work
The people, venue, sessions Improve WIFI
Evening: more gameplay
Addiction as perspective New thinking Loved it! Feels like coming home
Nice place, near airport
Goood food
Interesting people
International flair
Friendly organizers
Same open space time Belgian chocolate Some open space :-)
The people, the energy & the sessions It's fine as it is Design Thinking
And listening better
The same, and then different :-) Thank you for organizing this
Food
Atmosphere was great
Professional speakers
Variety in sessions
Venue!
Improve UX of website
Introduction for first-time visitors
Exciting things learned in:
Extreme workshop facilitation
Responsibility Model
Keynote about how to give a great keynote
More time to discuss outcome of games & takeaways
Items about user experience
One of the best events I've visited so far.
Great vibe!
Enthusiasm
People, creativity, variety of workshops, it's a real class, experience level of community!
Food, location, venue, hosts!
Make the website more hot & some introduction for newbies
We didn't know upfront the evening activities (…. 2h drive)
Extreme workshop facilitation
Ball game
Responsibility Model
Chocolate Factory
More UX
More time to discuss & reflect the outcome of the games
I'm glad that I came! As an agile newbie, one of the most out of the box experiences!
Being able to sleep on premise
Good sessions
Good food
Aikido
Noisy lunch room & bar
Wine really bad. Stick to beer?
My lanyard holder tore
Bring back yoga & meditation
Work with fewer frameworks
Start a coding dojo
Good food
Kept to schedule
Good balance between schedule topics
Align session titles better with session content Xtreme listening More XP related things :-) Keep going!
Atmosphere
Good food
Contact with other participants
Diversity of workshops
Just keep going
More hotel rooms. I had to sleep elsewhere
Make note sketches
Business model canvas / Impact mapping
Addiction model
Delegation poker
What are the trends? It was a party to be here. Well organized as usual :-)
Meeting people
Food, drinks, the great service
Even more sessions and good variety in formats: listening, doing, exploring Some more listening stuff/stories The centre was full (hotel)
There was a bit bad smell iin the hall
Most of the talks were interesting and interactive
Also the atmosphere was good and the organization went well
Maybe sandwiches for lunch? And more selection fro speakers. Some sessions weren't interesting :-( Facilitation, team bonding, conflict resolution Can't think of anything right now. I'll let you know if I think of something I liked it! Thanks :-)
The friendly people
The venue
The food
Clear communication / organization
A location not between the two most populated cities in Belgium. Traffic nightmare Trying to set up a retrospective company-wide to agree on agree on the need to change things Agile in combination with hardware (Joe Justice?) and embedded software Just a big thanks to the organization. Great work. Keep it up!
Refreshing workshops
Nice audience
Warm welcome for a first timer
Temperature in the rooms was very fluctuating Holocracy-based frameworks More of the same The food was excellent
I liked the food & the place
A lot of good sessions and topics
Maybe more sessions instead of double sessions More tips, tricks and games You guys are doing a great job and it is amazing that you keep doing it and getting good sponsors
The people Less fat food, but keep the pastries :-) I made a lot of notes and a book list More fresh air! Perfect organisation. But skip the +13. Or was it fun?
All the sessions I went to challenged my thinking
I learned a lot
Community & evening program
More veggie food options
Open space
Write abut "Teal"
Add what part I talked about
Have participants rate the xtremeness of sessions Thank you. Awesome conference
The feedback cards
The level and variety of sessions
The fact that the hotel and conference are colocated
The evening activities
The vegetarian options in the dishes
The sessions displayed on doors
Give the cooks hats so that there would be no hair inn the food (3 hairs for 3 meals)
Display quick directions to rooms in the main room
Facilitation tricks
Ideas that stick
User story splitting
Video prototyping
Keep doing & proposing things we may not do normally (aikido, yoga…)
Keep proposing such a great balance between different subjects
Bravo & thanks!
Number of participants
Presenter = participant
Make slides and materials available for download so participants don't go around taking pictures of everything! The agile force (Teal stuff)
Content from transforming addicted organizations
One or two "theoretical" sessions? Maybe a feedback app instead of written cards?
Great atmosphere I'm going to try listening more On Thursday there was a funny smell entering the hotel
Atmosphere, energy, hands on, fun!
Games, drinks :-)
Less smelly conference center :-( Delegation game Keep it going!
As always - talks between sessions WIFI
Everything on the same floor. Lounge not on the 1st floor
Visual facilitation
More rooms to stay over
Venue + food
Program
Small side activities? Something out of the program? Think about improvement phases + celebrate them
People
Sun
Food
Speech durations (not too short)
Timebox
Less workshops about the same topics
More wide range of topics
Don't let the speakers drink (too) much before speech
HR related topics
Management & entrepreneur's point of view
Kapellerput was better :-)
Keep pushing!
Super year! Very practical stuff Keep it practical Delegation Poker Keep it practical No, it was great!
Right mix of gaming (fun) and agile themes Add in the feedback form "what didn't you like"
More people from Europe/World
More pauses between talks
Complexities
Better management
Better organizations tools
Improve the network with the other conferences (in Europe)
Organization By bringing some colleagues Rally testing
TDD
TDD in use
A lot of the sessions Maybe screen some sessions first? :-) Sticky stories
Xtreme facilitation
Gamestorming
Innovation Games
Not really, had a ot of fun
Really well
Great talks, lots of energy
Thanks
More technical sessions
More XP
Back to the agile basics The same energy of this edition
A bit more focused in XP
Environment, people, small groups in sessions
Conversations, playing billiards :-)
Conference program
More support for the first time speakers (I didn't know about short 30 sec presentation)
Suggest to run all presentations/workshops in pairs: most sessions were 75 mins, a few 30 mins
Elixir. I learned about it during a pair TDD session
Splitting stories techniques
How to run tests with end users
More tech/code sessions You've done a great job! Thanks!
Good food
Nice organizing team :-)
Make sure there are always plenty of feedback cards in every session room (there weren't any in "fixed price" session Thursday morning) Responsibility framework
Facilitation Nerd alerts + doing the LEAST as a facilitator
For Mini XP Day:
Transforming addicted organizations
Mind your language
Reinventing organizations
Facilitate a way for room sharing so the scarce rooms can be used optimally and you get to know new people with your new roommate :-)
The gadget is very useful from the conference
The diversity of sessions
The food, in particular before the conference starts
The free beer :-)
Try not to compete on technical workshops The workshop and the cards for splitting stories
The tools used by bol.com
The metaphors
More experience reports about scaling agile
More technical workshops
How to grow internal agile coaches
You are awesome :-)
Return on experiment, real-life agile implementation e.g. bol.com More case studies, less "games" Magnify "autonomy framework". I have one, but not marketed as such. I will! :-)
May different types of talks and diverse subjects
Time between sessions to speak with other participants
Warm location Determine in which type of organization I want to work (hackstability and reinventing agile organizations)
Try to become a better 'responsibility role model' (responsibility model)
Have an open space to have a structured way to find people who want to discuss a subject? Cool! Next year I'mm come on both days :-)
The location, the food, the people More, shorter sessions Bringing more Systems Coaching in to a session Happy agile people :-) First day a lot of TEAL subject. A better spread or more alignment would be nice
A lot of interesting sessions to choose from A lot of interesting sessions you can't choose :-)
Maybe shorter sessions (45 minutes) so you can repeat some sessions
A little bit more about the problems Scrum teams have
Food, location, enthusiasm, speakers
The whole organization + food (lunch+dinner)
Variety of the program
Thumbs up photo
Devops
Icebreaker
Think design
TDD
Keep on going!!
Enthusiasm TDD, maybe PATBoard, feedback
Open atmosphere No walking lunch Most of what I learned
Catering was very good, good place (could be great to have the same facilities near a train station, city center instead) I think I would try more real cases like bol.com and no 'anonymized' stories like Thierry de Pauw Think design as a starting point of discussions
The organization
The food
Climate in rooms
Next time near the beach? Devops
Sticky presentations
Delegation game
Enthusiastic people
Innovative ideas
Got many ideas to start discussions
Not every workshop has to be interactive Blameless port-mortem (bol.com)
Phases to next lever from team itself (bol.com)
Sharpening story splitting skills (Co-Learning)
More hotel rooms onsite or organize room-sharing
Quality of sessions: level, originality, thought-provoking
The fact we could enjoy sunlight: easy access to outside, glass roof
Easier process to book a room. More room in same hotel?
Beer is very good. Wine not so much. Either serve better wine or no win (but serve beer instead)
Build a TDD framework in Bash to learn Bash programming Technical sessions (more!)
Discussions about (possible lack of) diversity in IT/Agile
Thanks for providing with anonymous forms. I feel heard and listened to
Meeting rooms (bar restaurant, atrium) are very noisy when filled with people. Not sure what you can do about it, but it makes conversations difficult and breaks uncomfortable. I would love it if you find ways to address this issue
Overall, it was a great conference. Thank you very much for all the time and effort you put into organizing the event.
Good people as always Perhaps some new blood. Although nice, many of the same faces Visual facilitation, stories that stick Better Wi-Fi I enjoy it, but I'm ready for 'more", more speakers outside of the Agile comfort zone
The program!! Good mix of tech + management/leadership session
Venue+food
Atmosphere: relaxed, safe, fun
Open space track
No more "advertising" sessions like Patboard!
Reinventing organization game
Ice breakers
More on organizational development, e.g. holocracy, RO, S3…
Open space track
Please don't allow "commercial" sessions like Patboard or at least insist on honest (not misleading) 30s intro for them
Variety of topics Avoid too many role-playing/acting sessions. Not everyone is comfortable doing that Tips and tricks wrt distributed teams
The food, the design thinking presentation More hands-on Design thinking
Most of the sessions were dynamic and required active participation Some of the presentations lacked a bit of literature knowledge, therefore I would propose a better filter or review process. I like that the community selects the presentations, but afterwards the presenters might get some guidance or feedback for improvement. Though, the level of the presenters was in general good Video prototyping
Improvement in my communication skills
Physical dashboards
Scrum applied in research projects I just want to congratulate the organizers. I have been involved in academic conferences for the last 10 years. This experience is among the best ones.
Great talks, good variety Maybe the afternoon opening plenary is not necessary? Less, extreme facilitation tips "Teal" companies explaining their journey
Everything, especially atmosphere and close contact with the presenters Personally would prefer more technical sessions TDD in typically un-testable circumstances
Video story telling by Alexander Krause
Extreme facilitation
Extreme listening
Design Thinking
Only do presentations/sessions about stuff I know nothing about :-) Design Thinking More new things for me to learn
Atmosphere
Food!
Sessions
Stable Wi-Fi. It is ridiculous that a conference center can't provide stable Wi-Fi for 160 people.
Some talks should not have been selected such as the 3M transition talk
Teal organizations
Management v3.0
More concepts such as Reinventing Organizations, beyond budgeting, holocracy?
Open space parallel to the regular track
Share what you have done with the feedback
Extreme facilitation
Story splitting
Delegation = an art
Food & setup were world class
Make it longer :-) Delegation poker
Story splitting cards
More of this stuff :-) You organizers did a very find job. Thank you
Warm-ups/the energy
Feedback cards
The care about every presenter and participant. I felt invited. It was very nice
I enjoy the experience sharing / exchanges with other participants
All meals, hotel, coffee breaks were nice
The bar was very noisy 7 levels of delegation detection in conversations (leadership steps)
Design thinking workshop
Splitting stories with card deck
I will use the feedback I had. Thanks!
I just want to thank you all (organizers). I spent 2 rich days. Talked to wonderful people. I got out of my comfort zone. Thank you for this!
The food
The people
New evening program
Better WIFI
Less double sessions, it limits choice
A small open space as a parallel track I'd like to know what you do with the feedback because I don't see a lot of difference from year to year
The fact that the food was one Room + 13 was confusing The games @ evening more longer
Food, place, talks Design Thinking More TDD, BDD
The quality level of the different talks is very different: some very good, some basic Less
Delegation poker
The food & the sessions! No idea… Story telling with paper prototype videos! Some Lean Startup?
Anonymous feedback form
Lounge
Lots of technical sessions
Aikido demo
Parent pairing (Nicole & Victor)
Program cards are not readable (too small print)
Coffee all the time
TDD theater exercise
TDD small steps (Marc Evers)
The people I love that my books keep coming back
Atmosphere
Talking to people with same mindset
Food
Less, systems thinking
The organizers!
The lovely-open-caring atmosphere
The food
Personally I would be willing pay a little more for a few more stars for the hotel venue Leadership, organizational change… Want to learn more from bol.com You guys all rock!! You have this down!!
The atmosphere, positive and energetic Check some presentations in advance on relevance and quality Scaling agile Some focus on management roles One of the best conferences I experienced
Splitting stories
More with less
Food during lunch
More with less
Everybody is so nice
The food
The warmup in the morning and afternoon
Don't put 2 green (technical) sessions at the same time
Some more back to the basics sessions
Develop without frameworks
Defining a "value system"
More technical sessions
Friends Just keep on organizing Trying out new communication competencies
Quality of presentations
Great food!
Good mood of anybody
Some open discussion on how to improve retrospectives, planning… Pair programming Some open discussion on how to improve retrospectives, planning… Great conference!
Great sessions on leadership, agile adoption
Atmosphere brilliant!
Can't! Many: responsibility model, reinventing organizations More of above Best XP Days yet!
Energy, topics, people, food! Make the quiet room really quiet
Presenters/facilitators sometimes let the session go where a small group of people push it to
FNA, listening, responsibility, delegating
Da food!
Extreme listening, extreme facilitation, mind your language.
Meeting old friends and new in the agile community
Practice what we preach! Listening skills, using metaphors in storytelling more Green session for non-technical to follow
More XP
It's time to put back extreme in event and organizers
It's time to work with self-organizing teams, really
It has bee fun! And time for a new challenge
Very informative (diverse topics)
Nice atmosphere (relaxed)
Bigger hotel near (walking distance) conference center Better story splitting
Communication model Boss-Employee (1-7)
Good location / catering
You can choose the session you'd like to attend -> great offer
The quality of attended sessions
The open/pragmatic mindset
The location & the food
Make the introduction to the difference sessions a bit longer Methods for upscaling the teams (e.g. bol.com)
Organizational methods (more with less)
More testimonials of companies that made a transition from traditional to agile way of working
How to convince a "traditional" minded prospects that agile might be a good solution for them
The talks/sessions
The people, many familiar faces
Bar sponsors have to do bar games, more fun
Music at night
Nicer setup of the bar: no music, bright lights
Make a sign on the session card where they only talk, no workshop
Better food. I'm sorry but dinners were too fat and salty (desserts were great!!!)
Roman empire vs barbarian
Read more about models
Case studies on the program with a different color, maybe only 30 min slots
DJ, music, karaoke, bar fun
Prowareness game was fun, but in a separate room. You lose the energy by people walking out the door
Thank you organizers. Love this conference. Loved the smoothies!
Organization, food, drinks
New subjects
More "technical" sessions
Better Wi-Fi
Use roleplay to explain TDD (Doubles on stage) Coding games, as there was some previous years
The energy
Nice presentations
Better coffee! Ball game scaling Agile 2.0 or 3.0. Where are we going? Thanks guys! Again great
All, of course, at least the sessions I chose I think it's getting better every year and you're at 99% What words/language do/represent I'm prepared to be surprised The Elewijt Center has a serious plumbing problem. It smelled like a sewage in some places
The program was really good this year Story splitting skills
Coding examples
Keep the balance in session types - technology/process/cases…
The food!
The ambiance!
I learned a lot, thanks
More small workshops Giving feedback better
Story splitting
The variety of sessions and colorful people Topics like "how sustainable is agile/scrum in teams after e.g. 5 years/140+ sprints?" Keep up the good work!
The quality of the sessions
The great atmosphere
No ideas at the moment Active listening
Design thinking
I would have liked to be aware that the presentation will not be used in the intro (teaser)
You requested it but did not use it
All sessions I had were good quality
In order of greatness: think design; mind your language; the scaling game; reinventing organizations game
Food was great
Rooms great
Reinventing organizations - Laloux
Think design
More women (reference to "Women in Agile" session)
The useful, thought-provoking & practical sessions
The food
The games at night
The presentation of the plenary was a bit messy -> make it more streamlined
Some good insights at the closing plenary (no on answered the question properly)
Delegation poker / authorization board
Clean listening
Management subjects
Agile portfolio planning
Lean stuff
Please continue to organize this wonderful conference! Thank you so much!
Great organization all together
bol scrum game
Session cards on the board work great
Great food (especially on Friday)
It was not clear (at least not on the first day) there was a plenary opening of the afternoon as well. Not sure why I missed it but maybe the last speaker in the morning could mention this How to embed agile 'villages" into a bureaucratic empire
Story splitting techniques
(Maybe) Delegation poker
Nothing I can think of right now I liked the "achievement unlocked" cards as well. Thanks!!
The atmosphere, the games, seeing people from last year By attending Better listening + playing more games + improving the stories by splitting them better
Oh, and testing bash scripts
The same high quality workshops Please keep going!
The food was very good
Sessions were brilliant
Presenters very approachable
Maybe more coding based sessions i.e. more with laptop in corner Using TPP to do TDD effectively
Splitting in micro services coded by separate people
All of it More time! One more day!
Colored pens
Systems thinking
Facilitating better
Preach micro services
Micro services!
More time!
Breaking the monolith approach
The atmosphere was great :-)
The content of the sessions really appealed to me
The room to ask questions and have discussions
More hotel rooms @ conference center ;-) The delegation ladder
Agile transitions in big organizations
Thanks for the great organisation and days

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