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Interesting Post… 10/1/2009 through 10/10/2009

Mike Cottmeyer Chief Executive Officer
Reading: Interesting Post… 10/1/2009 through 10/10/2009

It hasn’t just been my blogging that has suffered over the past few weeks… I have also gotten behind on my blog reading and I haven’t been nearly as active on Twitter. That said… there were a lot of great posts over the past few weeks… some of which I did share… that never made it here on the ‘Interesting Post…’ summary. I went out to Twitter to scrape my Tweets for the past few weeks and it would only let me go 9 days back.

That said… I am cutting my losses and going with what I have. So here it is… my ‘Interesting Post…’ summary for the past 9 days…


State of Agile

Elbow Room for Handling Technical Debt

The Open Space Policy for Managers

Ken and the Scrum Alliance — a very personal perspective

New to agile? Keep it very simple

Agile and Remote People: Part 1, Telecommuting

Big Agile Adoption Approach

Lean and Kanban Collection

The Danger of Lean: Ignoring Social Complexity

An Overview of Lean Software Development

There’s No Task Easier Than No Task

The Do-It-Yourself Team Values Kit

Sure you’re agile, what about your QA department?

Technical Debt on Your Balance Sheet

Oh… and by the way… you’ll also notice that this post is coming out a day early. I usually do this post on Sunday mornings. Sunday is a slow blog day and I am usually up ahead of my kids and getting a few things done. I am heading to the PMI Global Congress around lunch-time on Sunday, so I didn’t want to worry about getting this one out. So here you are… a Saturday edition.

One more thing…. the family and I are making our annual pilgrimage to Burt’s Pumpkin Farm to get our traditional giant pumpkin. We’ll turn our giant pumpkin into one big Jack-o-Lantern as we get closer to Halloween. If you happen to be near Atlanta in the fall… Burt’s Pumpkin farm is a must go Fall destination.

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