Thanks to everyone who attended my Cross Country Coding talk at DunDDD. Hope the technology failure didn’t put you off too much. I really enjoyed the Q&A session afterwards, but according to the feedback, the talk was too short. I’ve got a few ideas following the discussion about coding across time zones. In particular, looking at non-real-time communication options such as wikis, twitter/status.net/yammer, blogs, and the use of multiple stand-ups to handover between time zones. If anyone’s got any other ideas, let me know and I’ll see what I can incorporate into the next iteration.
If you want to present this yourself, you can grab a copy of the prezi here, and you’ll find the speaker notes on Google Docs available to copy.
If you do decide to use them, or you have any other comments or suggestions, please feel free to add a comment below or give me a shout on the usual channels.