What is Oslo all about? According to Microsoft's Burley Kawasaki at Architect Insight, Oslo is a new way to build connected applications where services are extended from client to cloud and models become the mainstream part of development. Oslo is not a product but a way of working. http://www.microsoft.com/soa/products/oslo.aspx.
Other things of interest from Architect Insight include the ConfigWeb sample (from Stock Trader) for configuring enterprise web applications (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/netframework/bb499684.aspx). The Internet Service bus and biztalk services (http://biztalk.net/Default.aspx).
Here is part 2 of my MVC/Windows workflow example. Part 1 created the basic MVC application and had a basic model, part 2 adds the work flow element to the model. [PDF] [source]
Scrum is a process to help with the day to day running of projects. From my experience of running projects using scrum I have written an overview document. This is probably not pure scrum but it works and has practical advise. The overview is written from the team leaders perspective and may be useful to new team leaders or existing team leaders who are new to scrum.
overview - Scrum overview (pdf).