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Monday, August 3 • 10:45 - 12:00
Stalwarts: Ron Jeffries and Chet Hendrickson (Ron Jeffries, Chet Hendrickson)

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Abstract:
Ron Jeffries and Chet Hendrickson

Ron Jeffries is one of the authors of the Agile Manifesto, coached the first Extreme Programming team and is a Certified Scrum Trainer. He is the owner/operator of two of Agile’s most prolific web sites, RonJeffries.com and XProgramming.com. His most recent book is The Nature of Software Development, released early in 2015. He is an outspoken supporter of technical improvement and excellence in Agile Software Development. Despite his sometimes gruff demeanor he is often thought to be a teddy bear at heart. We can neither confirm nor deny this belief.

Chet Hendrickson has been involved with Agile Software Development since 1996, when as a member of Chrysler’s C3 project he helped develop Extreme Programming. In 2000, Ron Jeffries, Ann Anderson, and Chet wrote Extreme Programming Installed. It detailed XP’s core practices, how to do them, and how they work together to help teams be successful. Since 2002, Chet has been an independent consultant, coach, and trainer. In 2009, he was asked by the Scrum Alliance to help develop the Certified Scrum Developer program. Chet and Ron Jeffries taught the first CSD course and continue to offer them in the United States and Europe. He has been a Certified Scrum Trainer since 2009.

What is a Stalwarts session?

Stalwarts sessions are built around your questions.


Stalwarts bridges the gap between introductory sessions and advanced sessions, focusing on specific, real-time questions, challenges, dilemmas, and issues that attendees bring to the conference. Experienced agile/lean practitioners - folks who have been in the trenches for many years, who wrote the books, maintained useful blogs, created the methods and approaches, coached the coaches - show up for a focused conversation with you in an open fishbowl format. There will be no prepared slides or talks, just spontaneous dialogue with you about your real challenges and questions.


  • This is what an open fishbowl format looks like and how it works.

  • This session is a 75-minute block, with the following timings:

    • 5-minute introduction with rules and speaker introduction by facilitator and an overview of current area of interest by speaker.

    • 60-minutes for the session - If you have a question, simply join the fishbowl.

    • 10-minute closing by speaker and facilitator.













Monday August 3, 2015 10:45 - 12:00
National Harbor 2

Attendees (84)