Category Archives: kanban

Tango With Trello

My two-step forward, one-step back dance with Trello began way before I boarded the kanban train. In the beginning we used it as our main tool for planning, documenting and controlling development. The team was willing to try it, after using a whiteboard and (not-so) sticky notes with the planned-doing-done trio, which we copied to

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The Language Divide

In my last post, I warned against the dangers of the craftsmanship movement to itself. The main premise behind this warning  is that business and developers don’t speak the same language. And since business has the upper hand, role power, money – business always wins. Martin Fowler’s post, Craftsmanship and the Crevasse, looks at the

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