The software engineering lectures Softwaretechnologie (de), Object Oriented Software Construction, Advanced Topics in Software Construction typically cover Agile processes and in particular Extreme Programming in one talk.
As feedback is the core principle behind all Agile processes the organizers made some effort to collect feedback from the participants, the student council of the computer science department and experienced professional consultants. E.g. the wiki of the lab in the fall 2008 has a lot of sides with feedback, see menu items under the “Process” heading on the left.
There are three short publications about the early experiences in teaching XP (2004) as well as about our experience with Kanban (2013) and an overview about the first ten years (2013).
During XP2011 in Madrid, a few people tried to define how a European network of Agilists could help to bring Agile in universities and colleges across Europe. This short description of our agile lab courses was originally published in the Wiki of this network, which is unfortunately no longer available.
|Agile Lab 2013 (Fall) → “CodeCaterpillar”|
|Agile Lab 2012 (Fall) → “GeoQuest++”|
|Agile Lab 2011 (Fall) → “Cultivate goes Android”|
|Agile Lab 2010 (Fall) → “Mobile Web Adaptation”|
|Agile Lab 2009 (Fall) → “Location Aware Trail management”|
|Agile Lab 2009 (Spring) → “Program Analysis and Metrics revisited (Cultivate)”|
|XP Lab 2007 (Fall) → “Scotland Yard to go”|
|Alistar Cockburn, 28.06.07, Software Engineering in the 21st Century|
One of our heroes visited us
and we missed to take a picture
|XP Lab 2005a (Spring) → “Visual Tool Support for Refactoring to Pattern”|
|XP Project Group 2004b (Fall) → “Program Analysis (JTransformer, Cultivate)”|