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Zach Bonaker did a wonderful writeup of my "TDD For Non-Programmers" exercise so that anyone can run it. Now you can also see what it looks like, thanks to Lean Agile Edinburgh. (There's a link to Zach's post in the slides.)
Heard about my "#TDD For Non-Programmers" and "#MobProgramming For Non-Programmers" exercises?

Now you can see them in action!

Video (and slides) from tonight's @LeanAgileEDI meetup: https://schmonz.com/2018/08/14/lean-agile-edinburgh-august-2018-programming-for-nonprogrammers/

#CodingTour

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Dang I hate this!

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A debrief from Agile 2018
Had a great time and got to meet people I have only known online for the first time this is my blog post about my experience.
Looking back at Agile2018
Looking back at Agile2018
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How To Pick Development Models
Development methods are tools, not articles of faith; picks should therefore be made on a case by case basis depending on the problems at hand.
To that end, swift and straightforward decisions should be supported by simple and robust principles.
Fitting Tools to Problems
Fitting Tools to Problems
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I'm not much for advice, but I do have lots of opinions. A short few of them are here. How do they strike you?
Eddie Kenny has started collecting and publishing advice from Agile Mentors, in the form of written responses to a few short questions.

Here’s mine: https://schmonz.com/talk/20180801-agile-mentors/

#agile #mentoring #shortreads

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A blog commenter asked my advice for how best to introduce Mob Programming to a team. My answer: https://schmonz.com/2018/07/20/coding-tour-stop-2-bredex/#comment-a283f3522b74783a33f0c829b0890cd2

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What are you doing for Agile 2018
This is the event I am presenting at Agile 2018

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A pirate's life for me!
Agile is not easy and in order to succeed you need to think and act like a pirate.
How I became a Pirate Bear
How I became a Pirate Bear
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I have been having a blast lately pivoting off my Info-Ops book, which is about how to organize all of your product/project information.

Pivoting down into the code, I've written half-a-dozen articles on programming in F#. That's been fun because I haven't written a lot of coding advice, although it's a big part of my job as technical coach.

Pivoting "up", I've been writing about program and organization management. Today's topic is 'Org your Org: Who's Right?" about the optimum org structure around a team so that everybody keeps their priorities straight.

Once the foundation is in place, the other stuff becomes a lot easier!

Hope you like it.

http://tiny-giant-books.com/blog/org-your-org-whos-right/?ref=gplus
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