Announcing Scrumlab:

08/15/2012 08:56

The definitive online community and resource for Scrum

I’ve trained at last count, some 7,000 Scrum Masters. That's a lot of change to unleash into the world, and the stories I hear are nothing short of inspiring. I also hear a lot of questions on every topic under the sun. I've done my best to respond to them one on one, and I've written a few books that hopefully address some of them.  There’s also a whole section of my website that recommends books by others that can answer a lot more.

But people keep asking me about a reliable place online where they can go to learn more about Scrum, brush up their practice, share their stories of what went well, and what didn’t, and how to avoid common pitfalls. I'm pleased to announce the launch of Scrumlab - the place to go! It's still in its infancy, but I think we have a minimum viable product. There are forums where anyone can ask questions, anyone can share their thoughts, and where I, and the rest of the Scrum Inc. team, will be sharing our thoughts as well.

Do you have any questions about the Scrum Guide?

Have you ever wondered what others demo in the Sprint Review?

Confused about estimating in Hours vs. Points?

Well, Scrumlab is the place to start. We're really excited about building a community of Scrum practitioners who can help each other do better Scrum, be more Agile, have more fun, and maybe change the world for the better. A little bit, anyway.

And this is just the beginning. Over the next couple months we'll have papers and patterns, handbooks and cheatsheets, videos, slides, and a whole host of other material I've been gathering for years and finally have a good place to share it.

Scrumlab can be found at

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