Tag Archives: Retrospective

My Agile Journey…

February 14, 2011


This weekend marked the 10th anniversary of the creation of the Agile Manifesto. Part of 10 Years Agile was to reflect on the progress of Agile over the years and the conversations on Twitter have been fascinating.  I thought it was a good time to reflect on my own journey with Agile. I first heard […]

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#Bloggiesta Finish Line! How Did I Do? What’s Next?

January 23, 2011

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Even though I joined Bloggiesta halfway through the party, I am very glad I did.  This was the most focused time I have spent on my blog since I first set it up.  It was a classic case of the more I learned, the more I realized that there was so much more I needed […]

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#Bloggiesta Mini-Challenge: How Do I Rate On The 10 Things Bloggers Should Not Do?

January 22, 2011


  As part of the Bloggiesta fun, I’ve taken on the 10 Things Bloggers Should Not Do mini-challenge from Word Lily.  One of the most important parts of Agile and Scrum is the retrospective, so I figured this was a good way to reflect on my blogging habits.  So, how do I stack up? 1. […]

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What I Learned As Monty Moose

January 1, 2011


Monty looks exactly like his profile photo: he is a small stuffed moose who is a fan of the Montreal Canadians, Tim Horton’s coffee, and loves making new friends.  Monty is also the official mascot of MEETin Montreal and as the City Lead for 2010, I had the opportunity to have some fun with Monty […]

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Things I Swear I Will Never Do To Someone Else

September 7, 2010


Back in 1999, when I started my new job with my customer in California, I took a couple of hours and wrote a list of everything I learned while I was on the supplier side of the desk so I wouldn’t forget now that I was on the customer side.  The list had both the […]

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