At Agile 2013 in Nashville on a park bench, in a garden, near a waterfall that is ever present, Craig catches up with Alan Bustamante to talk about his Agile expedition. Along the way they chat about:
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Live at Agile Australia 2014, Craig and Renee talk all things visual with one of Australia’s top visual facilitators, Lynne Cazaly:
- What is Visual Facilitation and Graphic Recording
- You can use visuals even if you can’t draw
- Lynne’s story into Visual Facilitation
- How to anchor emphasized words
- The benefit of a chisel tip
- The girl who played with paper presentation at Agile Australia 2014
- Tools that are useful – the good ol’ finger, brushes, procreate, sketches, inkflow, sketchclub
- The benefit of bringing people up to speed with visual stories
- To split or not to split – facilitation and the visual scribe
- Turning your back on the room – a no go or a load of tripe?
- Preparation – to spend time upfront or not, using templates
- Facilitation through lean coffee wall (gather, sort, do)
- Using visuals to engage and distill information for future visibility
- Lynne’s next course in Melbourne on the 14th of July on Visual Facilitation
- Visual Mojo the book
- Create Change coming out in the middle of July!
You can find out more about Lynne on her website or through @lynnecazaly on twitter.
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Tony asks a philisophical question , whilst Renee harnesses her nineties pop star – Ice Ice Baby and Craig marvels at Tony’s cool intro – probably the coolest intro he’s done since the eighties.
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From YOW! 2013, Craig and Renee talk to Joel Pobar, currently working at Facebook as an Engineering Lead and talk about:
- Joel’s journey to Facebook
- Common Language Runtime (CLR)
- Building and shipping fast
- The value of a developers time and their critical paths
- A day in the life of a Facebook manager
- Who is the Product Owner in an infrastructural team?
- A/B (experimentation) testing in New Zealand
- Stabalisation and release process
- Recruiting the right people
- Pulling out the sharpies when pivoting on PHP
- Striving for infrastructural efficiency and how to empower the team to this goal
- Owning the stack from the bottom to the top and its impact on agility
- Checkout HHVM, the Facebook Engineering Blog & Open Compute
You can contact Joel at facebook or on twitter at @joelpob.
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At Agile 2013 in Nashville, TN, Craig catches up with Kenny Rubin, author of “Essential Scrum” and Scrum trainer and coach at Innolution. While sitting in the corridor, they talk about:
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Craig, Renee and Tony catch up again and discuss the wonderfully diverse world of Agile :
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At YOW 2013 in Sydney, Craig and Renee catch up with Michael Nygard and discuss the world of DevOps including:
- Michael’s book “Release it!: Design and Deploy Production Ready Software“
- What DevOps really is
- The values of DevOps and its relationship to the Agile Manifesto
- Could DevOps have occurred without Agile?
- How much of Release it is still holding well?
- Anti-patterns in DevOps (eg. a separate DevOps group)
- Cognitect and Closure
- Development is production
- Where does ITIL fit in with DevOps?
- Why Problem Management may no longer be relevant
- How good are we really in DevOps?
You can contact Michael on twitter at @mtnygard or at the Think Relevance Blog.
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