Rachel Davies provides expert coaching to teams in Agile software development techniques, such as Test-Driven Development and planning with User Stories. She has been working with Agile teams using XP and Scrum since 2000. Rachel is internationally recognized in the agile community, a frequent presenter at industry conferences worldwide, and a director of Agile Alliance.
Liz Sedley is an Agile Coach and .Net Developer working in London, UK. She has fifteen years industry experience, mostly as a C++ / C# developer. Liz has spent the last four years enabling companies to be more Agile.
This book is concise and clear. It is packed narrative, bullet points, graphics, images, teams stories and projects and examples. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Vikas Jain
When I initially got this book I thought I had wasted my money and put it on my bookshelf. Then after a few weeks I decided to give it a read. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mark Pearl
This was fast, excellent service. Received the item a lot quicker than I expected and it was in perfect shape.Published 11 months ago by Warren Iwamoto
Sound advice written in a personable, authentic style. Good ideas from the front lines. But nothing really earth shattering. Basic stuff.Published 13 months ago by Julian Cooperman
When I initially got this book I thought I had wasted my money and put it on my bookshelf. I was hoping for something that would run through scrum, kanban, etc. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Mark Pearl
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Agile Coaching is an absolutely __amazing__ book. Read more
I'm amazed that this book covers so may critical topics so well and in such a short length! It's a terrific book that can help guide you to building highly effective teams... Read morePublished on February 1, 2011 by James Holmes
The book statrs with what Agile coaches do and how they do it and describes a set of guiding principles for an aspiring Agile Coach to live by:
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It is a very enjoyable read, full of anecdotes and insights for our life of programmers. Since the authors use a colloquial English, I think this book it is fully understandable... Read morePublished on July 21, 2010 by Luigi Zambetti