ScrumPLoP 2015, Porto, Portugal
Scrum PLoP® 2015 was held 24 May — 29 May, 2015, at Quinta da Pacheca near Porto, as the sixth annual ScrumPLoP.
Call for Participation: What are patterns and pattern languages all about, and what does one do at a PLoP?
Submission Guidelines: How do I write a pattern?
About PLoPs: The community where patterns grow
The venue is Quinta da Pacheca near Porto — a beautiful place in the middle of the port wine region of Portugal. It is about 75 minutes by car (1hour 50 minutes by train) from Porto. The price per attendee will be about €1000, which includes food and lodging. (Our menu and wine selection will affect price.)
Works in progress (authors working on drafts go here)
ScrumPLoP Product Backlog
Jeff Sutherland @ Scrum, Inc: A Pattern Language for Hyperproductivity Jeff Sutherland, the inventor of Scrum, is a charter member of the Scrum Patterns group. He is the author of most of these Scrum PLoP® patterns — patterns he teaches to get teams off to a good start, and to get great teams to a hyperproductive state:
How do you get started? (Stable Teams)
How do you successfully pull backlog items into a Sprint? (Yesterday's Weather)
How do you get stuff done? (Swarming: One-Piece Continuous Flow)
How do you deal with interruptions during the Sprint? (Illegitimus non Interruptus)
How do get defect free at the end of the Sprint? (Daily Clean Code)
How do you deal with surprises? (Emergency Procedure)
How do you ensure you continuously improve? (Scrumming the Scrum)
How do you get teams to have fun? (Happiness Metric)
How do you get hyperproductive? (Teams that finish early accelerate faster)
Jeff presented these at Agile 2013.