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Jared Richardson works at Logos Technologies As a recognized expert in the software industry, Jared has worked with both start-ups and software giants. He's been involved with various open source projects, with roles from contributor to founder. Jared co-authored the best selling book Ship It! and Career 2.0, and founded the Agile RTP user group as a local outlet for the agile community in North Carolina. His personal blog is Agile Artisans

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Lean: Stop Drinking the Kool Aid!

04.27.2010
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Jeff Anderson wrote up his impressions from the extremely successful Lean Software and Systems Conference 2010. Jeff had a pretty good writeup and provides a bit of insight to the conference.

It's a brief, but pretty good, writeup. He does more than just cite speaking points from the various talks. If you (like me) weren't able to make it to Atlanta for the live event, here's a good way to peak in.

Feel free to add more reviews and writeups of the conference in the comments!

My Take Away from the Lean Software & Systems Conference 2010

btw, the"stop drinking the Kool Aid" quote came from Jeff, not me. :)

...(the speaker) urged all attendees to stop drinking the lean cool aid, and continue to look at multiple domains for synergies, patterns and practices that can help to dance the state of our practice...

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Jared Richardson replied on Tue, 2010/04/27 - 8:55pm

Here's another blog entry about the conference http://blog.timwingfield.com/2010/04/lean-conference-recap.html

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