Kanban and Scrum – making the most of both

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My new book "Kanban and Scrum – making the most of both" is done!

The purpose of this book is to clear up the fog, so you can figure out how Kanban and Scrum might be useful in your environment.

Kanban and Scrum

The book includes:

You can read it online for free (InfoQ registration required though) or buy the printed version.

Translators: If you are interested in translating this book to your language, please get in touch with my editor Diana Plesa (diana AT c4media.com).

Merry X-mas!


  • 1
    Kristian G. Madsen
    2009-12-21 - 07:01 | Permalink

    Spotted a small typo, but on the cover, of course ūüôĀ “Forwards by…” should read “Forewords by…”, I suppose?

    Thanks to both of you for putting this out just in time for the Holiday reading season.


  • 2
    2009-12-21 - 09:18 | Permalink

    Thanks! That bug and others like it will be fixed in a soon-to-come follow up release :o)

  • 3
    2009-12-21 - 11:28 | Permalink

    I would like to inform you that I try to mobilize troops for the French translation of your book : Wiki Kanban et Scrum
    Merry christmas,

  • 4
    2009-12-25 - 12:07 | Permalink

    Great! Email diana AT c4media.com and she’ll send you the translation kit!

  • 5
    Jim Yuill
    2009-12-24 - 07:37 | Permalink


    I’ll be using your book in a university graduate course I’m teaching on Agile this semester. Your book provides a great case-study for Scrum and provides practical how-to details that are missing in other Scrum sources. (BTW: I’ve written a homework assignment based on your book that I’d be glad to share.)

    Sincerely, you’ve written one of the best software engineering books I’ve read:
    * It’s based on actual use and experience
    * You provide insightful solutions for a number of problems–better than what I’d come-up with
    * It’s very well written. It’s clear and very well organized. It’s cogent–every point made is worth reading. Your English and writing style are very good.

    There is one thing that would be helpful to know, but was omitted. What was the type of development project where you used Scrum, e.g., a web-based application?

    Thanks for a great book, and for putting it on-line for free.

    Jim Yuill
    North Carolina State Univ. (USA)
    jjyuill -at- ncsu edu

  • 6
    Jim Yuill
    2009-12-24 - 07:47 | Permalink


    I just posted a comment for your “Kanban and Scrum” book, but see I made a mistake–that comment was for your other book, “Scrum and XP from the Trenches”.

    If it would be helpful to you, send me the comment and I’ll repost it elsewhere, e.g., on Amazon.

    Thanks again,
    jjyuill -at- ncsu edu

  • 7
    2010-01-26 - 07:41 | Permalink

    Hi Henrik, just finished reading this book. Will try to use it in my project. ūüôā

  • 8
    2010-01-29 - 07:22 | Permalink

    Glad to hear! It will probably work well as a frisbee or a doorstop. Not sure about using it as a mouse mat though, too slippery.

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