electronic eXPlanations

Posted December 24, 2001 by Joshua Kerievsky in Coaching, Extreme Programming, Simulation and Games, Training

electronic eXPlanations Try electronic eXPlanations (this link will open the game in a modal) electronic eXPlanations is a Java-applet version of the game eXPlanations. This version of the game may be played by 4 teams of players. We play it with large groups by projecting the applet on to a large wall and dividing the […]
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Extreme Programming Playing Cards

Posted February 3, 2001 by Joshua Kerievsky in Coaching, Extreme Programming, Simulation and Games, Training

By popular demand you can:   We’re pleased to announce the world’s first deck of Extreme Programming Playing Cards. We created this 100-card deck to help people refine their understanding of Extreme Programming, improve the way they practice XP and have fun learning.
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eXPlanations

Posted January 24, 2001 by Joshua Kerievsky in Coaching, Extreme Programming, Simulation and Games, Training

eXPlanations is a game that challenges players to grapple with real-world problems and solutions that occur on Extreme Programming (XP) projects. The game is played with a deck of Extreme Programming Playing Cards. The game gives you a chance to practice with these situations, which are based on real experiences doing XP.
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Startle And Shout

Posted January 30, 2000 by Joshua Kerievsky in Software Patterns, Training

“…to the hard of hearing you shout, and for the almost-blind you draw large and startling figures.”—Flannery O’Connor, “The Fiction Writer and His Country” Experts can walk into situations, see problems, and use their considerable experience and knowledge to begin solving those problems. Non-experts can’t do this. More than a decade ago, pioneers of the software […]
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Pools of Insight: A Pattern Language for Study Groups

Posted July 1, 1999 by Joshua Kerievsky in Software Patterns, Training

About The Work This is a work about starting and running study groups.
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