A one-page summary showing a big-picture overview of the Scrum process. Starting with user stories, it walks through the entire process, from sprint planning to the sprint retrospective. This is perfect for printing and hanging on your wall as a quick reference.
Illustration of up-front decisions made before starting work on a product, such as frameworks, languages, patterns, and practices. Use this for inspiration for creating your own high-level diagram to help everyone understand the fundamental building blocks of your product.
A one-page summary of the live presentation, Agile Architecture and Technical Design, which discusses material from Part II of the book, with a specific focus on Chapter 15. This includes the “walking skeleton” concept.
A one-page summary of the live presentation, Agile Estimating and Planning, which discusses the process of forming the product backlog and adding story point estimates. It also includes techniques to create a schedule forecast before work has begun on the product.