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Posts Tagged "Agile"

Lifestyles of the Loved & Agile

Posted by on Sep 20, 2012 in Blog, Slider | 1 comment

It has been a while since I have had an opportunity to put together something really exciting that I have been chomping at the bit to share with you! How about this… As of today, I officially feel like an Agile Superstar! Not only was my recent session at Agile 2012 VERY well received, but I was also recently selected to give the keynote presentation at the Software Testing Professionals (STP), Fall Conference in Miami, Florida. This could not have happened at a more perfect time! I am so very passionate about testing in the Agile world and so adamant that people should not take...

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Agile Father’s Day…

Posted by on Sep 6, 2011 in Blog | 7 comments

Agile Father’s Day…

I t’s Fathers day again and being the ‘AgileDad’ I thought I would take a moment to share what makes Fathers day so special to me. Having traveled the wold over and visited with MANY of the Fortune 100 companies, it has been refreshing to note that many large enterprise companies are starting to recognize that Agile is a viable solution. It has also been great to see with the growth of information available regarding Agile better practices that vanilla applications of any one method are drifting to the wayside allowing for natural better organizational practices to settle...

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Introducing the Agile Marsupial

Posted by on Mar 11, 2010 in Blog | 0 comments

F or years we have been taught that Agile was all about honesty, visibility, and openness in all that we do. I have taught and do still believe big and visible is the way to go. The trend I have been seeing in enterprise levels of Agile adoption has taken a shift more towards doing Agile in the pouch. Many companies do not believe they can continue to deliver on all of the compliance needs they may be trying to push through while still working in an Agile environment. The great news is not only is it really possible, but I have put together a run of information in the March 2010 Agile Mentor...

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T’was Agile

Posted by on Dec 23, 2009 in Blog | 2 comments

T was the night before code drop and all through the land. Not a person was coding, not even one hand The code was all tested and checked in with care Even the documentation was completed and there The PMO Director & VP of Dev were nestled all warm and snug in their beds. While visions of bonuses danced in their heads Joe closed his laptop and Sue hit the sack Knowing morning was near and they needed the nap When from my pants pocket there arose such a clatter I reached for my I-Phone to see what was the matter Off to the office I flew like a Senior VP Tore open my briefcase and fired up...

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Special Delivery – Delivering Agile Projects

Posted by on Dec 10, 2009 in Blog | 2 comments

M any people in the Agile Software Development community believe that the problems they are facing within their organization are unique to them and their situation. After traveling the Globe and listening to groups of all shapes and sizes, I have determined that many of the roadblocks to successful Agile Development and implementation are similar in nature from one organization to the next. Today, consider it my gift to you to let you know that not only are you not alone in what you are facing, but many other organizations have taken steps to improve the software development process and the...

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