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One, No One, One Hundred Thousand Projects

Slides from the talk presented at Better Software 2013 and Italian Agile Days 2013

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12 December 2013
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I have presented this talk to two of the main conferences in Italy this November, Italian Agile Days in Reggio Emilia and Better Software in Florence. Although the presentations have been in Italian the slides and notes are mostly in English.

The presentation was titled One, No One, One Hundred Thousand Projects, or Uno, Nessuno, Centomila Progetti in Italian, with a nod to the work of Nobel laureate writer Luigi Pirandello. A key aspect is that often problems and solutions are common between companies because independent from the the context.

Gaetano Mazzanti at Italian Agile Days 2013

agile42 is a sponsor of Italian Agile Days 2013 where Gaetano Mazzanti will present a talk

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28 November 2013
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Italian Agile Days 2013Italian Agile Day is the oldest event for the Agile community, starting in 2004. This year the conference takes place in Reggio Emilia and the name earns a plural 's' thanks to the expansion to two days on 29th and 30th, the first devoted to workshop and the second to conference talks.

We are very happy to be a sponsor of the event as we did last year, IAD has a special relationship with the agile42 team!

Our senior coach Gaetano Mazzanti will present a talk in Italian, Uno, nessuno, centomila… progetti focused on portfolio management, and will be part ...

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