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Dave Rooney
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Effective Software Delivery / Agile Coach
Effective Software Delivery / Agile Coach

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Part 2 “Starts and Stops” of An Extreme Fifteen is now published! https://goo.gl/EYhWFX #agile #xp

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Looking back on my 15 years in the XP/Agile world in Extreme Fifteen - Part 1: https://medium.com/@daverooneyca/an-extreme-fifteen-part-1-29dbdb71769d

Is anyone I know in the market for a memory upgrade for their 2011-ish MacBook Pro?  I have 2 x 8GB and 2 x 4GB 1333MHz DDR3 SODIMMs available.  Upgrading the 2011 MBP to 16GB made an enormous difference in performance!

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For those with an interest in technology, the following is a site I frequent. It was created by a large group of users that fled SlashDot after some poor behaviour by its owners (the same people putting malware in SourceForge downloads, and who are now selling both).

This is a site that it truly run by the people, for the people, and the news and comments are great. Check it out!

https://soylentnews.org/

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I love hearing the back stories of song like this. I always thought "a head full of snow" meant snow like on an untuned television. Kids these days probably don't know what that means. ;)
Great story about a fantastic Stones deep track off of Sticky Fingers. This is actually one of my favorite tracks from that album. 

New on Practical Agility - Is Predictability Really What We Want? goo.gl/fb/KzMpKb #agile #innovation #trust

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New on Practical Agility - Is Predictability Really What We Want? http://t.co/kIEUqcmTNf #agile #innovation #trust

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Is Predictability Really What We Want?
Predictability in software system delivery is as close to a Holy Grail as it comes in the IT industry. I’ve heard many people stress being able to have a predictable delivery cadence as something valuable to them. As recently as today I saw a reference to “...
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