Feature Branching is Evil

Agile Tech Talks: Feature Branching is Evil with Thierry de Pauw

This session explores why teams are using feature branches, what problems are introduced by using them, and what techniques exist to avoid them altogether.

Know Python? See AI as attractive? Then learn Mojo

If you know the Python programming language, there’s a good chance you also know there is a rich collection of libraries and tools related to Machine Learning commonly used to apply Python to AI endeavors.

Sustainable Agility

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You spend the majority of your waking hours at work; how do you feel after a long workday? Do you feel energized or drained by the hours you spend and […]

Communicating Change Made Easy

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All change management models stress the importance of communication. Communicate, communicate, communicate, they say, almost like a mantra. They’re right. But exactly how can you and your team do that? […]

Storytelling through the product lens 

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Storytelling is a powerful way to engage, inspire, teach and learn so naturally plays a fundamental part in the world of product. At all levels of the business, regardless of […]

Scrum meets Org. Design

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You started your agile journey with a couple of Scrum teams, and after an exciting success, scaling started to happen. Now you have several squads, organized in tribes or trains […]

You Need a Product Office

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We all understand projects. They start and they end. Hopefully close to when we hoped they would and for about the same cost. But products work differently and Agile is […]

Business Thermodynamics

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The lean community has come a long way in understanding flow in manufacturing and design. Yet, despite understanding flow and how to address it, we still see organizations that are […]

Leading From Within, and From Without

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Most of the places I’ve worked doing software development have been less than ideal. There is almost always a lot of room for improvement. While this might be typical, I […]

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