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Alan Dayley
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Off to LA this morning for the first weekly trip of many to come. New client and new teams to help. 
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Have a safe and successful trip
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Late morning out of Dublin
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Impossible to capture the amazing colors of the water.
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This is the view, zoomed in a bit, from my balcony on the sixth floor of the Hilton Melborne Beach Oceanfront hotel. https://goo.gl/maps/mrxlN

I was doing some Agile team startup work at a company in Melborne this week. I'm back home now.
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The Global Scrum Gathering Phoenix has been going on these last three days. I have not attended many sessions but a lot of the sessions came to me! The +SolutionsIQ team in partnership with the +Scrum Alliance have been interviewing many of the speakers and other attendees. I had the opportunity to conduct a bunch of the interviews. It was great fun!

Almost all the videos are posted on the day we recorded them. Right now there are just a few still going up. I hope you something interesting, educational and fun!
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I am contemplating the building of a backyard office for myself. So naturally I am fretting about details of finishing the interior when the location of the structure is still only ground.

If I panel the walls in OSB, I think it might be neat to just seal it with clear urethane instead of painting. I think it might look interesting, even creative.

What do you think?

Examples:

http://www.mountainbarnbuilders.com/products/storage/special/insulate.jpg

http://media.treehugger.com/assets/images/2013/04/Stealth-Barn-13-800x533.jpg.492x0_q85_crop-smart.jpg <--- this one is over the top but interesting
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+Brian Cluff There is that idea. It's a good one!
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Another good video from Scott. How did you decide who would be the ScrumMaster?
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Looks like a bargain!
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Quick, before they raise the price by 0.026% again! 
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Very fun!
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I had a great time at the Global Scrum Gathering Phoenix!
 
The Global Scrum Gathering Phoenix has been going on these last three days. I have not attended many sessions but a lot of the sessions came to me! The +SolutionsIQ team in partnership with the +Scrum Alliance have been interviewing many of the speakers and other attendees. I had the opportunity to conduct a bunch of the interviews. It was great fun!

Almost all the videos are posted on the day we recorded them. Right now there are just a few still going up. I hope you something interesting, educational and fun!
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This work is important. We have to figure out better, non-factory ways of educating our children. This is but one possible way to improve.
 
Learn more about Scrum in schools from my cameo video at the Global Scrum Gathering in Phoenix, Arizona on May 4, 2015. cc: +John Miller
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I approach the gazebo. [1]

Oops. I woke the gazebo. It caught me and ate me.

[1] https://web.duke.edu/DRAGO/humor/gazebo.html


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Hey, +OtterBox. My first holster broke. You sent me another under warranty. Now the second one has broken in the same way. If you send me another, will it just beak again?

Love the case. The holster seems to be weak. 
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Sorry to hear your holster broke again, +Alan Dayley. We'd be happy to look into replacing that for you under warranty - we have a great CS team available to assist at 855.688.7269.
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alandd is my usual ID, unless it's already taken, then it will be adayley, Skype: alandond
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An Agile Coach with and embedded software engineering past. A father in love with his wife and family. A man on a mission to experience what I can learn next and how I can help others grow too.

I enjoy photography on the side, a somewhat neglected hobby of late. 
Work
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Agile Coach with BigVisible Solutions, Software Engineer, Ignite Phoenix Team
Employment
  • BigVisible Solutions
    Agile Coach, present
  • Dayley Agile, LLC
    Principal Agile Coach, 2010 - 2012
  • Smart Storage Systems
    Senior Customer Engineer, 2009 - 2012
  • Adtron Corporation
    Staff Software Engineer, 2000 - 2009
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Pocatello, ID - Idaho Falls, ID - Las Vegas, NV - Gilbert, AZ
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February 2015 - Monthly Newsletter
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Agile Is NOT For You. You are talking with two consultants about how to transform your organization into an Agile development company so tha

Gangplank Richmond Kicks off UX workshop series - Gangplank
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I had the honor of hosting Gangplank's first UX workshop in Richmond on July 11th. The meet-up invite filled very quickly for the 15 availab

[South Meeting] July 18th – Culture Hacking! – Phoenix Scrum User's Group
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Where: Infusionsoft (Google Map) 1260 S. Spectrum Blvd. Chandler, AZ 85286. Agenda: 6:00 - Registration (Infusionsoft providing Food and Dri

Agile Coaching Is (All) About People
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Four lessons I learned that will help you in any agile coaching endeavor, both with agile delivery and at an organizational transformation l

[North Meeting] 05/07/13 – Ecosystem for Enterprise Agility – A Coaching...
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Where: *** IMPORTANT: LOCATION CHANGE *** Axosoft (Google Map) 13835 North Northsight Boulevard #205. Scottsdale, AZ 85260. Agenda: 6:00 pm

Episode #107 – Is Agile Faster?
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Jade Meskill, Roy van de Water, Derek Neighbors and special guest Alan Dayley discuss: If agile faster What it means to be better

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Parkinson’s patients get needed lift at Gilbert wellness center,Banner Neuro Wellness in Gilbert shows results by improving the quality of l

Hiring Solved is Really Working - Gangplank
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When Shon Burton and Trevor Olson first launched Hiring Solved, who could’ve guessed that in less than six months they’d be accepting a star

Gilbert art gallery seeks to make inroads in town
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Gilbert art gallery seeks to make inroads in town, Art Intersection seeks to integrate community with its summer programming in downtown Gil

Burrowing owls set to be introduced to new Gilbert home
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Burrowing owls set to be introduced to new Gilbert home, Owls will be placed at Zanjero Park this weekend. Volunteers will bring food for th

Mae Hoo Ong, longtime Liberty Market owner, dies
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Mae Hoo Ong, longtime Liberty Market owner, dies, Mae Hoo Ong owned and operated Liberty Market in Gilbert with her husband for nearly four

Gilbert's Liberty Market to serve 31 specialty burgers in 31 days
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Gilbert's Liberty Market to serve 31 specialty burgers in 31 days, Downtown Gilbert eatery will serve a different specialty burger every day

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Google Product Forums &gt; YouTube &gt;. Categories: Playing and watching videos : Report a technical issue : Firefox : YouTube Advanced Search ca

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Contributed by Wendy ConeybeerIn late September, we were notified that Gangplank was part of a group of 10 finalists selected from 31 no

Nordquist Blog | Seven Months
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Seven months ago to the day, I packed a single box of items ranging from pictures of my children to a set of Automoblox. One item I didn’t p

Beyond ACTA: next secret copyright agreement negotiated this week—in Hol...
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The secretive process surrounding ACTA continues with a new agreement, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, that goes even beyond it's already-tou

Gilbert Mayor John Lewis finds new career at MCC
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Gilbert Mayor John Lewis finds new career at MCC, John Lewis traded his job at Apollo Group for a classroom at Mesa Community College.

The food is delicious. I know that is what a restaurant is about, for most people. And if the food isn't good, the rest doesn't matter. Rest assured that the food here is good, very good. Chef David experiments with new and regular specials on the weekends, too. Always memorable! With the food quality already known, let me tell you my favorite thing about the place: The people. Chef David and the entire staff have attitudes of friendly service. If you come more than twice, they will become your friends. My wife and I go often enough that it feels like another home dining room. If you are looking for a quiet spot, this is not the place. It's not noisy by design, just by community and conversation. The buzz is fun! If you get a booth along the window and watch the seating area, you see people having fun and the servers feeding the joy. Try a desert, like the carrot or velvet cakes or even a hand-made ice cream and cookie sandwich. You will not be disappointed!
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