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Michael became a Certified Scrum Master (CSM) in 2004 and is huge advocate of better (XP) engineering practices since discovering unit testing in 2001. Michael has a B.A.Sc. from University of Toronto in Engineering Science and a M.Sc. from U.B.C. in Computer Science. He has presented at Agile Tour Toronto and the XPToronto/Agile User group on Scrum and XP. His is also an active member of the Agile community and co-organizer of Agile Tour Toronto. Michael lives and works in Toronto, Canada, as an independent Agile and Lean coach, consultant and trainer. Michael is a DZone MVB and is not an employee of DZone and has posted 87 posts at DZone. You can read more from them at their website. View Full User Profile

Serious Games!

09.17.2010
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For those of you who follow the Agile Games Google group, you may already be aware of my proposal to create a Serious Games Stage at Agile 2011. The initial title concept was Agile Game stage, but then based on feedback from the list, I read about Serious Games and realized that this title fits the bill.

This week I finally get to learn a ton of useful information at Luke Hohmann’s Innovation Games® for Consultants class. So when we got a chance to do Product Box, I picked the Serious Games Stage as my product.  Below are photos of the product box I created as well as a lightning talk (video) where I sell it (You may want to up the resolution to 720p when viewing).

2 minute Lightning Talk






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