Category Archives: Integrum
Trying to do Agile practices on teams with remote team members is always a challenge. Especially when there is only one person on the team that this not physically co-located with the rest of the team. It is easy [...]
What Process is Right For My Team (Scrum vs Kanban)
I see a lot of new teams search endlessly for the best process for to use. They tend to ask what is best for us? Which usually devolves into Scrum vs [...]
During a session at Agile Open Northwest convened by Arlo Belshee a number of us discussed good ideas (Lean Coffee, Core Protocols, Open Space Technology, Technical Practices and Team Practices) that needed to be spread. These are things we take [...]
Open Spaces always tend to amaze me. They really are the right people in the right place at the right time. When we kicked off Agile Open Southwest, I was a little bit nervous about what might come out. As [...]
At Integrum we regularly find new things to try as a result of our regular team retrospectives. Recently, the team had a lot of discussion about what it takes to make teams great. There was a lot of discussion about [...]
Mark Turner has made a great response titled “Ruby never powered a revolution” to counter my recent post “Ruby is Just a Bunch of Tools“. Excerpts from Mark’s post bold.
“I decided he was wrong.”
Mark, I am never wrong. However, I [...]
If you are listening. A lot of people are talking about a “new norm”, a “reset” or a “shift”. Largely this discussion is around economics and growing concerns of debt. In reality it is about a lot more than that.
Saturday April 2nd @ Chandler-Gilbert Community College Pecos Campus
Desert Code Camp has opened it’s call for suggestions. This is a great FREE event that brings together technologists of all kinds together at a single location to learn (while feeding them [...]
Desert Code Camp this year was held at Chandler Gilbert Community College. The venue certainly exceeded my expectations. The architecture was incredible and the rooms were well laid out. However, the most impressive thing was that wireless just worked. Easy [...]
Regional technical conferences are something I have come to appreciate over the last five years. It is a great way to meet new people and learn new technologies. These regional events have for a large part launched the hallway track [...]