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Alan Dayley
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Attended Arizona State University
Lived in Pocatello, ID
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This had to be a lot of work but, boy, it looks like fun!
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Sometimes we get so caught up in practices and process. We argue that this activity is this way. Or that structure is wrong.

Agile is always, always more about principles and values than practices and processes. As we get involved in the work, let's not forget that we are all uniquely the same.
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very true
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Amazing combination of songs! +The Piano Guys do not disappoint.
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they have mellowed.  they were doing covers of rock n roll songs
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Great video about my home town. Leadership and town employees have done great work of the last few years.
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This is a great video.  A few years ago we spent an evening at the balloon festival in Gilbert and had a great time.  
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Auto-generated Story of my last business trip. Since I had no pictures of my departure or return to Phoenix, the story centers on Wayne, NJ, the location of my hotel.
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When will this spambot problem be solved?
When will Community moderators have adequate tools to moderate large Communities?

This is a big deal. Moderators and Community owners are abandoning the platform because of this. Google is angering the very power-users that help the platform grow.
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They're working on it.
Keep banning them. The ! profiles are usually passive from past observations.
They don't actually post.
It's easier to ban them on desktop via the new interface. well it's quicker any way. 
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Why is this a thing? So strange. 
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Doggie dinner time yesterday. Rarely do all three of them dive in at once. 
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My son's girlfriend noticed that out three dogs piles Ina B's around me this evening. I hadn't even recognized the situation. 
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Work in Salt Lake City, then SolutionsIQ annual gathering, back to Salt Lake City to visit my cousin's family and finish work with the client.

Whew! What a great week.
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+Alan Dayley It is very rewarding when you can help an organization that is struggling and see progress.
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A bit of Liberty State Park. I had about an hour of time to use in the way to Newark Airport. This park is just a few miles away. It is the park that includes Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. I didn't take the ferry to the islands.

The old train terminal (not photographed) is the third major feature of the park. It and the old train platforms were damaged by "Superstorm Sandy" a few years ago. Sad but a cool decaying look. 
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Had to get away, do something, yesterday evening. Having never been to Hoboken, NJ, I went.

These are from the hill in the middle of Pier C Park. It is a park just offshore in the Hudson River from Frank Sinatra Drive. Midtown, Downtown and a panorama that takes in the view of all Manhattan just after sunset behind me.

It was a great brain refresher of a jaunt!
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+Amitai Schlair I'm actually staying in Wayne and working near Wayne. This was a little trip to get out of the hotel. I'll be here until Friday night. No plans to return as my time with this client is ending.

I have enjoyed past visits to Manhattan. Strange and amazing place! I'll have to ask you for tips the next time I come.
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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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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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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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