MSF Agile v5.0 vs Visual Studio 2010 Scrum 1.0 and intro

As I am think a common agile approach to work is very important to reach objectives and to deliver results [without stress] I  was looking to the Visual Studio 2010 Scrum 1.0, for a brief note on difference with the MSF Agile v5.0 read

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/bharry/archive/2010/06/07/a-scrum-process-template-for-tfs.aspx

Here the highlighted version

http://webklipper.com/k/Iuy1rS9v1MFNJvHMmWuX

 

I uploaded to Vimeo 2 intro of using the

Scrum Process Template for TFS


found on http://channel9.msdn.com/Blogs/Charles_Sterling/Introducing-Visual-Studio-2010-Scrum-10

DeveloperDeveloperDeveloper Dublin 2010

Hi Saturday has been an interesting day… I’ve been to the

DeveloperDeveloperDeveloper Dublin 2010

http://developerdeveloperdeveloper.com/dddie10/

I parteciapted to 2 sesions, as in the morning I was busy:

A Practical View of Domain Driven Design
Billy Stack

Intersting talking of Mr. Stack  from DDD concepts, to his experience everyday developing. I have to say the powerpoint were a bit boring, but for sure he knows what he talked about. Of course some reference to Eric Evans milestone at the end…

So you want to try Scrum?

Nathan Gloyn

Much more enjoyable talking coming from Mr Gloyn, he introduced the very basic of Scrum not only for developer, but with a generalistic eyes, very clear and structured power point supplied with the Talking. Thanks Nathan.

My question: How many companies are using the Scrum meth in your area?

Answer: Quite a lot in Dunlin South Area, 9-]