Wow – Joel has just bought and reviewed the Sonos music system. Basically it lets you play digital music anywhere in your house. Think music from any computer (or the internet), anywhere you want it. Starting a cool US $1000 – its time to start saving my pennies. I’m envious of Joel.
Notes from a Tool User
Do you ever walk into a clothing store just to buy a suit and walk out having bought the suit, tie, belt and several shirts? This chapter will explain what just happened. This is the third posting in an ongoing series of notes from Robert Caildini’s ” Influence: Science and Practice“. This posting covers Chapter […]
After my introductory notes, I’ve received a few inquires about more notes on Cialdini’s Influence Science and Practice. So I dug around on the web and offer up my discoveries. The best of the bunch (much like my own) is a series in six parts starting on Janin’s (sp?) blog happening-here. Update: Just discovered Marshall […]
Twenty six specific improvements – that’s how many I found after attending a Certified Scrum Master with Mishkin Berteig. I can highly recommend the experience. Mishkin did an excellent job working through the material with us and had a number of insightful exercises. He was happy to take advanced questions throughout the class and was […]
Just a quick post that includes a batch of links on Co-location: The Michigan Study on co-location and the conversation it recently spawned on the scrum development list. A Study Case: Evolution of Co-Location and Planning Strategy based on work done at TransCanada pipelines. I don’t know anything about this study since I don’t want […]
Now you’ve read the basic introductory books to Agile Software development and you want to learn more, here’s my recent reading list: Agile Software Development: The Cooperative Game (2nd Edition)” by Alistair Cockburn. Possibly the most interesting book I’ve ever read about agile software development. Its not about any one methodology, instead Alistair analyses game […]