Monday, 15 February 2010

Weekly agile links 15-19 Feb 2010

Not the best week with regards to links as I was away on training and ill so have probably missed a lot of useful stuff on twitter and the mailing lists.
Anyway I think I still have a useful bunch of links with my favourite being the Leadership Lessons from Dancing Guy Derek Sivers's blog - a truly inspiring video!

All links below - Enjoy ;)

Why Good People Skills Matter in a Recession From Gill Corkindale posted on the HBR blog

Leadership Tools an article by Hugh Ballou

Cumulative Flow Chart in Kanban: Real Usage Example Michael Dubakov demonstrates how a CFC can be very useful.

A Lesson in Getting Started... A real life example that relates well to agile by Mike Cottmeyer

The Tyranny of "The Plan" Always worth listening to what Mary Poppendieck has to say!

Testability & Good Design from George Dinwiddie’s blog

No One Knows What the F*** They're Doing (or "The 3 Types of Knowledge") A very interesting read about the types of knowledge by Steve Schwartz. I definitely need to re-read it if I want to find out more about what I do not know!

A times article by Sathnam Sanghera which has a lot to do with the effectiveness of BBC - hey it is our money they're spending after all!

[link of the week]
Leadership Lessons from Dancing Guy Derek Sivers's blog - a truly inspiring video!

Structure? The Flatter, the Better An interview with Cristóbal Conde, president and C.E.O. of SunGard conducted by Adam Bryant.

Refactoring A guide to refactoring

Relax, Agile Development IS Growing Up A review of this article by Michael Dubakov, lots of points that I agree with

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