Different things help different people be a productive developer. These are the things that I’ve found useful – what about you? This can be a good blog post idea. Would like to write own version. Source: Tips For Being A Productive Developer | Tom McFarlin
Build a bridge, or get in your boat and explore? Kyle Vermeulen asks Influx founder Michael De Wildt about the difference between hacking and engineering. – hack first, engineer later – new perspective. And good analogy of bridge 🌉 vs boat 🚤 Source: Hacking Vs Engineering: Not All “Bad Code” is Bad
Personally, I’m not so great at multitasking. This doesn’t mean that I don’t manage a number of things like everyone else. I’ve just had to cut back a bit. Facebook (nor Instagram), can get over it. But the challenge now is Pocket and Feedly… Source: I’m Not So Great at Multitasking | Tom McFarlin
Let’s wrap things up. Part 1. Total 6 articles.
A look at the similarities and differences between Scrum and Kanban, to help Agile teams decide which approach best suits their needs. Never used one. Or actually, in practice already use one of them? Source: Should Our Agile Team Use Scrum or Kanban?
How do we fit all of the stuff we have to do into our small container? By simplifying. And letting go. Source: Too Much to Do, Not Enough Time : zen habits
Parents using agile practices with their children are seeking to help them be better team members, to have personal responsibility, and to be less reliant on their parents as they grow up. Would love to try it someday. Source: The Sage Strategies Of Agile Families – Trello Blog