I was interviewed by Ben Linders for InfoQ on my upcoming workshop at Agile Testing Days 2015. Check it out!
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MVP is an acronym for Minimum Viable Product. Ever since the Lean Startup book and movement appeared, it has become the staple of “successfully building the right product”. It’s pretty clear, right? Minimum – it contains just the needed features that enable us to make money. Viable – people are willing to give us money for it.
A few weeks ago, I had a chance to be interviewed by Vasco Duarte for the Scrum Master Toolbox podcast. It was a great privilege, also because Vasco is a prominent figure in the #NoEstimates community, which I like too. Anyway, the series contains 5 parts, each one around 5 minutes. There is also bonus
My newest article on #NoEstimates is now live on the Agile Connection site. Enjoy!
The Agile Manifesto tells us that: We have come to value “Individuals and Interaction over Processes and Tools” Reality tells us otherwise. Want to do unit testing? Pick up a test framework and you’re good to go. Want your organization to be agile? Scrum is very simple, and SAFe is scaled simplicity. We know there
Coming back to Agile Eastern Europe was kind of a homecoming, and if you consider it’s my 2nd tour, how great it was. A great professional conference, with great people, and the right size (for me). Enough to get to know people, and not feel overwhelmed. The vibe was great, and for me I felt
When asked about what is agile these days, I say: the ability of an organization to produce software that customers want on a frequent basis. It’s very close to principle of the agile manifesto, as you can probably see. With that in mind, I’d like to take you a trip down memory lane, something like
Since I’m bringing my TDD spaceship to Agile Testing Days (28-31 Oct, Potsdam) and Agile Eastern Europe (4-5 Oct, Kiev), I’ve created a short video depicting in details what led me to do this . True story by the way. PS. For Agile EE, just change a few letters, cities, countries and logos. You’ll have
Autumn is upon us, and the conference cycle resumes. Where can you find me this time? On October 4-5, I’ll be in Kiev, going back to Agile Eastern Europe again. It was great fun last time, and I bet it’s going to be twice as fun this time. In Agile EE I’m going to do
How much damage can we do by misusing metrics? Quite a lot. And this time, we’re not talking about a multi-million dollar project, that’s peanuts. How about setting the education system of an entire country on a multi-year track to failure? Last week, the Israeli government finally changed a policy of rating the schools in