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Dylan Smith,

PrairieDevCon 2010 was an awesome time. Learned a lot, and had some amazing conversations. You guys even managed to convince me that NoSQL databases might actually be useful after all. For those interested ...

Jeff Certain,

(I’ve been sitting on this for a week or so now, thinking that it needed to be tightened up a bit to make it less rambling. Since that’s clearly not going to happen, reader beware!) I had the privilege ...

Nick Harrison,

We all know that one of the premises of the agile manifesto is to value Working Software over Comprehensive Documentation. This is a wonderful idea and it takes a tremendous burden off of project implementations. ...

Robert May,

In a previous post, I outlined the rules of Scrum. This post details one of those rules. Picking a most important part of Scrum is difficult. All of the rules are required, but if there were one rule that ...

Robert May,

In a previous post, I outlined the rules of Scrum. This post details one of those rules. I’ve often heard similar phrases around Scrum that clue me in to someone who doesn’t understand Scrum. The phrases ...

Robert May,

I’m going to write my history with Agile here. That way, in future posts, I can refer back to it, instead of typing it out in the post that contains information you may actually want to read. Note that ...

MIA

Robert May,

So, I’ve been missing in action on this blog for quite some time. I need to rectify that. Part of the reason I’ve been absent is because I haven’t be able to talk about what I’m working on. A former client ...

MIA

Robert May,

Recently, I’ve been playing a game called Evony, and I finally decided to quit the game and thought I should warn others who might be tempted. I also find a lot of insight with this game as an example. ...

digitaldias,

Hi everyone!

New geek on the block, treat me gently :) 

My main focus will be developing WPF, Silverlight and SharePoint (2010) solutions with TDD and agile methods. 

 

onefloridacoder,

My son and I were out to dinner and right after we sat down, he combs the menu to locate the soda selection. Then he looks up at me and says “Looks like we get free refills here, sweet!” While we were ...

Liam McLennan,

Over the past twelve months I have been thinking a lot about executable specifications. Long considered the holy grail of agile software development, executable specifications means expressing a program’s ...

GeekAgilistMercenary,

The first two sessions on Sunday were Collaboration and why it is so hard and the following, which was a perfect following session was on Kanban. While in that second session two online Saas Style Tools ...

Jeff Certain,

The Denver chapter of the International Association of Software Architects (IASA) is holding an IT Architect Regional Conference (ITARC) in Denver on May 6th. The speaker list for this conference is amazing. ...

edgaralgernon,

When adding new team memebers... off set the ramp up time by 1) having pre built machines ready and and easy method of getting the lastest tools, code base etc. I'm fortunate enough to be at a client that ...

GeekAgilistMercenary,

Again, conversations give me a zillion things to write about. The recent conversation that has cropped up again is my various viewpoints of the Agile Manifesto. Not all the processes that came after the ...

James Oloo Onyango,

Alot of literature has and is being written about agile developement and its surrounding philosophies. In my quest to find the best way to express the importance of agile methodologies, i have found Robert ...

nbecker,

For anyone interested in some really all-encompassing agile training in the Austin area, there’s a fantastic one coming up from March 24-26th at Headspring. All the topic details, schedule and registration ...

Aaron Kowall,

I’ve been finding myself working on too many things at once to be effective. Things get 80% finished and then either forgotten until an external stimulus reminds me to complete it or languish far longer ...