Episode 75: Agile Expedition with Alan Bustamante

alanbustamanteAt 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:

TheAgileRevolution-75 (36 minutes)

Episode 74: Visual Mojo with Lynne Cazaly

lynnecazalyLive 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.

The Agile Revolution-74 (31 minutes)

 

Episode 73: What Made You An Agile Coach?

AgileCoachTony 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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Episode 72: Shipping at Facebook with Joel Pobar

From YOW! 2013, Craig and Renee talk to Joel Pobar, currently working at Facebook as an Engineering Lead and JoelPobartalk 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.

The Agile Revolution- 72 (41 minutes)

Episode 71: Essential Scrum with Kenny Rubin

KennyRubinAt 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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Episode 70: Hello Is This Thing On?

IsThisThingOnCraig, Renee and Tony catch up again and discuss the wonderfully diverse world of Agile :

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Episode 69: DevOps with Michael Nygard

Michael NygardAt 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.

The Agile Revolution-69 (28 minutes)