More musings on the constant food fight between the Administration and the media
When it comes to the media today, the law of supply and demand applies.
I’ve been practicing agile now for over ten years and one of the strong points of agile (more specifically scrum) is the end of sprint demo. The end of sprint […]
Helpful hints for everyone (but especially engineers) on communicating.
John Kirby is a retired Navy admiral and former Department of Defense and State spokesperson. Currently, he is a national security analyst for CNN. On November 21st, 2017, Kirby posted […]
“Politics stops at the water’s edge” is a famous quote attributed to Senator Arthur Vandenberg, a Republican senator from Michigan. Vandenberg’s history is interesting. He came to Washington as […]
In my previous blogs on why agile fails, I said that the main reason could be found in the agile manifesto (shown above). The manifesto itself is not the problem […]
Running Pycharm on a Docker container in a Mac
The main reason agile fails is that the business does not agree with the agile manifesto
I’ve been involved in 5 agile transformations since 2008 – 2 in very large (>25000) private organizations, 2 in a medium (~5000) public company, and 1 in a small (100) […]