Sep 13, 2020
The SPaMCAST 616 features our interview with Tom Henricksen. Tom brings the industry two great events the DevOps and the Agile Online Summits. He is also an active thought leader in the agile community. During his recent visit to the podcast, we talked about the exciting changes to this year’s Agile Online Summit. We also chatted about how creating and scaling the summit has changed how he thinks about the world. Tom is passionate about fostering learning and sharpening the saw. Tom suggests that tuning your skills and capabilities has never been more important as the economy struggles to get going again.
Re-Read Saturday News
I find Chapter 14 useful in a book of useful chapters. In this chapter, Steve and Daniel explain the foreshadowed idea of full-kitting and introduce two different versions of kanban boards. Have you bought your copy of Steve Tendon and Daniel Doiron’s Tame your Work Flow? Use the link to support the authors and blog!
The Software Process and Measurement Cast is a proud sponsor of the following events!
Let’s talk about #Rust! Sep 15, at the live@Manning conference; in one Rust-full day go from ways to learn it, to where and how to use it; from game-dev to aerospace and beyond, right from the pincers of expert Rustaceans. http://mng.bz/mN2P
Women in Tech Conference
We still have a long way to go to achieve diversity, inclusion, and equality in technology. Our contribution is the live@Manning “Women in Tech” online conference, Oct 13, starring the women rocking the tech boat! http://mng.bz/5pmz
Agile Online Summit 2020
The Agile Online Summit was created for people who couldn’t attend major conferences. This will be its third year, and the main goal is to bring major level agile speakers to people all over the world as well as spotlight some up and coming agile coaches and trainers. October 26th to 30th, 2020, Live and recorded too. https://bit.ly/3gNR2Bw (we will have a promo in the feed this week)
The Software Process and Measurement Cast 617 will feature our essay on rediscovering productivity. It begins “I have not worked outside of my home office since mid-April. There are lots of benefits to this change. My commute is really short, I run a lot more, I get to hang out with my wife more, and I have lost 42 pounds. But not everything is unicorns and rainbows — time feels a bit wonky.” Lets unwonkify time!
We will hear from Susan Parente who brings her “Not A Scrumdamentalist” column to the Software Process and Measurement Cast!