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Tag Archives: Agile
Today I gave this webinar for the Tom Woods School of Life Lunch and Learn Series. The slides are here.
My friend Mathew McConnell gave this excellent presentation for the Pittsburgh IIBA chapter this evening. The slides may be found here, and I encourage you to review the entire deck. I’ve never spoken or written on this subject, but Matt … Continue reading
Today I gave this webinar for the Tampa IIBA Lunch and Learn Series. The slides are here.
The first post I wrote here, close to six years ago now, talked about a friend who bemoaned the fact that he wasn’t working on something singularly and identifiably great. My contention then was that, while the specific work wasn’t … Continue reading
I got to know Richard Frederick when he gave a series of twenty lunchtime webinars for the Tampa chapter of the IIBA. In the interest of making his excellent material available as widely as possible, I am sharing, with his … Continue reading
I’ve written a lot of different kinds of documentation in my career, and I list and describe them here. Some types of documentation are formal, as in manuals written for various phases of a project, but others will be more … Continue reading
How Different Management Styles Work Solutions, and let’s face it, those quite often involve the development and modification of software these days, can be realized in the context of many different types of organization. A lot of bandwidth is expended … Continue reading
Yesterday I attended the Tampa IIBA’s chapter meeting to see the presentation given by Kara Sundar, titled Communicating With Leaders: Increase Your Productivity and Influence. The presentation was very effective and based on materials from the book Change Intelligence by … Continue reading
I finally finished the Udemy course on Jira and Confluence. As I watched each section of the course I thought about how the capabilities of the two products can be used to represent Requirements Traceability Matrices, and furthermore how they … Continue reading
The conversation at the watering hole after this evening’s CharmCityJS Meetup was interesting as usual. In between talking with and encouraging some of the younger attendees and speakers I spoke with a senior developer about a contract he was finishing … Continue reading