Using Scrum and Agile in the Home; Tips for Kids / Managing Homework
Jan 21, 2012
Looking for ways to use agile practices at home? This blog post was written in 2006 but it still applies today. I’ve since expanded it to my other kids (we had more).
Apr 13, 2011
I went to Sweden for Microsoft TechDays a couple weeks ago and right before I left I found out my sessions were at the end of the day on both days, which was fantastic! I thought to myself – should I change over to the local time zone, which was nine hours ahead of my home time zone of Pacific?
Breaking the Rules of Agile - Working Overtime
Oct 3, 2009
One of the things I love about XP (this is a principle of Scrum also) is the concept of Sustainable Pace. Ron Jeffries aptly documents this on his site in the following text:
Film Cameras are Prescriptive, Digital Cameras are Adaptive
Jul 26, 2009
Growing up, I had a dream of being a photographer. I didn’t know why I was drawn to it, but it was something I wanted to do. I bought my first camera when I was 10 years old – it was a Kodak Disc camera. My second camera was a Konica TC Autoreflex – it was my first real camera. I worked a summer for my dad at the wonderful rate of $2.50 per hour – I thought it was good for 11 years old. As I got older, I became more into photography.