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Steven Mackenzie
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At work I help to make nice computer software. At home I help to make nice children. (#aiclass #dbclass #mlclass)
At work I help to make nice computer software. At home I help to make nice children. (#aiclass #dbclass #mlclass)

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Water bow wave on a Norwegian fjord through a polarising filter.
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01/09/2016
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Norway: water, mountains, and clouds (but not necessarily in that order).
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North Sea clouds through a polarising filter
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29/08/2016
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Inspiring. Note to self: stop putting things off until tomorrow.

That clip isn't there any more, but this one still is:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7NN3gsSf-Ys
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I loved this - +Klaus Leopold running a great flow simulation that highlights some of the consequences of push scheduling with no limit to work in progress vs pull scheduling with a strict WIP limit. 55 minutes. Start at 6:55; you could save more time by watching the building parts of the exercise at 1.5x speed too...
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Are you interested in helping multiple teams of developers work together  more effectively? This is a playlist of the video talks that I've watched and found valuable. So far it includes sessions from Craig Larman and Bas Vode (LeSS Framework), and David J. Andersson (Enterprise Services Planning/Kanban Method)
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Beethoven, Wagner, The Beatles: all changed the music that followed them, according to Howard Goodall. He takes 50 minutes to argue for The Beatles as the saviours of Western Harmony.
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Heh - 104.5% - thanks +Coursera, though I'm not sure where this extra credit can have come from!

I found "Fundamentals of Music Theory" quite hard, so 104% is probably an indication that I spent too much time on it, as well as something suspect happening in adding up the final scores.

Anyway, I learned that there is a lot to learn about music theory. I also learned a little music theory :D

https://www.coursera.org/account/accomplishments/verify/QCJMV7KDNB
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[New Course] Conversations that Inspire: Coaching Learning, Leadership and Change

http://bit.ly/1fg7KKs

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