3 YouTube Videos Every Developer Should Watch To Learn More About Object-Oriented Programming
I’ve been re-watching these videos every year ever since I got serious about object-oriented programing.
7 Things I Wish I Knew 15 Years Ago About Agile Software Development
If I could go back in time, these are the 7 things I wish I knew about Agile Software Development.
4 Reasons Why I Think Everyone Should Read Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great
Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great by Esther Derby and Diana Larsen is the best book ever written on running
The Single Most Important Lesson I’ve Learned Working On Agile Software Teams
Not all lessons are created equal. Some lessons we learn are small. They are little reminders along the way of what truly matters.
Anyone Interested In Being a Better Programmer Should Read This Blog Post
If you are at all interested in becoming a better programmer, then you need to clear your calendar and read.
1 small change Scrum Masters can introduce for better sprint planning meetings
Mediocre software teams only discuss what they are supposed to build during their planning meetings.
How to get clear requirements from your product owner
A constant in software development is the struggle to identify and document clear requirements before the work begins.
How to run commitment-driven planning meetings in 5 easy steps
Commitment-Driven Sprint Planning is a technique that helps a team determine how much work to bring into their Sprint.
Retrospective: Setting Expectations
A retrospective technique for helping teams understand and define their expectations of others
Building a Self-Sustaining Ecosystem through Agile Coaching
My experience attending the Culture Conference in 2012