Monthly Archives: May 2010
Thanks to Jurgen Appelo for his tremendous work of gathering the top200 of agile and technology related blogs into one OPML-file! I am currently following 280 blogs! Huge amount, sometimes even daunting, but I’ve learned to skim it through concentrating only on subset of the articles.
Learn from others who have been there before you. There is plenty of advice and experience reports out there. I am currently following 54 different blogs and I here by provide the links in OPML-format (xml-file). Save yourself some time of harvesting good blogs and import this file into your google reader :-)
Every CEO in the world should be able to answer this question immediately “Where is your company in 3 years from now?”. If they can’t, find a new CEO. Do you have a professional plan? If not, why? Are just a career driftwood? Everyone should have a plan (not too detailed though). Think about it,
A decade. Wow. How did that happen? It’s been an interesting ride. I have survived through 4 personnel reductions during the 10 years so I must provide some value to the Company :-) I have learned a lot, and I mean a lot. The problem domain has been very challenging with very demanding customers (well,
I am not so angry anymore. Things are getting better :-) So the new title is The Ways of an Agile Poodle. Yay!
Yep, we got it. Without hesitation our suggestion of using some work time to improve our professional selves was accepted. Most parts of our discussion was spent on implementation details. We argued back and forth between fixed time slot and free placement. The end result was to go for the free placement, since you really