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Eduardo Ferro Aldama
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Interesting Talks/Podcasts (April 2017)
From the talks I've heard / seen lately, these are the most interesting: Lean: The Efficiency Paradox  Niklas Modig. The best explanation I know about resource efficiency vs flow efficiency, the base of Lean. The Improvement Kata in 10 Minutes  Mike Rother....

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Interesting articles and blog post I read lately...
These are two interesting articles or blog post I read recently: http://lazymanifesto.org/   http://lazymanifesto.org/principles.html  This manifesto and principles seems like a joke, but in fact, contains important insights to create a successful software ...

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Remove the excuses for not being a professional
Do you want to remove the excuses for not being a professional software developer? Release as frequently as possible,  it will give you tons of feedback about the product, the design, the code, the architecture and so on... And at the same time, it forces y...

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Book Review: Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life
Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life by Marshall B. Rosenberg This great book explain how to have real and deep communication between humans. No matter how difficult the subject or how difficult the situation, this method proposed by the Dr Marshall...

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Socrates Canaries 2017, experience and notes
The past week I attended to my second Socrates Canaries  (Software Craftsmanship and Testing Conference)... This posts summary the experience (things I have learned, ideas to explore, techniques to use...). The Socrates event is an open space , so whatever ...

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Deadlines and commitment... the fallacy
There are two types of deadlines: Fake deadline : arbitrary date that have no real meaning for the product, the team or the company. Very often is used only to push a team because management believe that employees dislike work, are lazy, dislike responsibil...

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learning how to learn / Great
"In a time of drastic change it is the learners who inherit the future" Eric Hoffer, Reflections on the Human Condition Learning is the most important skill we can acquire to live a full and productive life in this complex, fast-paced, changing and intercon...

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Book review: Team of Teams
Team of Teams:  The Power of Small Groups in a Fragmented World  General Stanley McChrystal, Tantum Collins, David Silverman, Chris Fussell  A great book on how to generate a flexible and agile organization prepared to win in a complex world. The authors ex...

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The two pillars of agile software development
I like being agile and I can say without embarrassment that I have some experience in promoting this way of working and culture... From this experience I can say that what works in the long term is a way of working that put focus in two things: A sane cultu...

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interesting Talks/Podcasts (March)
From the talks I've heard / seen lately, these are the most interesting: Development: Are we there Yet  Rich Hickey Great talk recommended for any developer.  Ep 100. Talk Python to Me. Python past, present and future with Guido Van Rossum   Imprescindible ...
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