Agile 2020: WTF? The Insanity of it All Daniel Mezick helps Agile Uprising close out the year with his take on 2020. Agile Uprising asked for the “WTF-able items” of 2020; Daniel Mezick selected and delivered five (5) of the […]
Every year Lois Kelly, co-founder of the Rebels at Work movement, chooses one word to guide her priorities and decisions. Learn how she struggle to use her 2020 word and find one for 2021
Jason Little and friends say “It’s not a time to pause and reflect…instead 2020 deserves the middle finger. “
Mitch Goldstein shares the favorite watches in his collection. Time time time… what has become of us?
Dr Jen Frahm and Lena Ross say that to say 2020 has been a roller coaster of a year is an understatement. But have the headline events of this year overshadowed the great things that have also taken place?
Bobby Pantall shares a presentation is about his experience building an app for a startup company named Twisty Systems, which is a navigation app aimed towards driving enthusiasts.
In 2017 we released the 12 Days of Agile – a dozen podcasts, each chatting about one of the Agile Manifesto Principles (clever, ay?) Then we ignored the budding tradition for three years, focusing instead on our regular weekly episodes. Buckle your seat […]
What exactly is bikeshedding? A recent conversation brought a renewed vigor to my use of the term “bikeshedding.” The term was coined c. 1957 by C. Northcote Parkinson to illuminate a discovery he made – that groups of people tended to make […]
This is an open invitation to participate in an Agile Uprising (soon to be established) tradition of closing out each year with a series. In 2017 we released the 12 Days of Agile – a dozen podcasts, each chatting about […]
Ethics: moral principles that govern a person’s behavior or the conducting of an activity. — Oxford Dictionary One of my favorite improvements to running conferences (when we used to attend those in person) was adding a code of conduct. It […]