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This Week’s Video to Watch: Pursuing Lagom at AllDayDevOps

lagom not too little, not too much, just right

Hello! I thought that I would be a little self-indulgent in this week’s video to watch and include my own video. Last night I gave a ~30 minute talk titled “Pursing Lagom: Finding Balance between Extremes” at the virtual AllDayDevOps conference. Check out the slides. Since the conference was live streamed for free on YouTube, the video is already posted.  Watch it here…

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This Week’s Video To Watch: Splitting User Stories

Agile Development

This week’s video to watch, “Splitting User Stories,” is provided by Mark Shead and will take less than 9 minutes of your time to watch. Mark compares how developers think to how users think and building physical things like houses and cakes to building software. This video is one of the easiest to understand explanations of how to successfully splitting user stories that I’ve ever seen – by far!

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This Week’s Video to Watch: You don’t have to be an expert to solve big problems

Tapiwa Chiwewe TED Talk

In this short TED talk (8:37), Tapiwa Chiwewe shares a very important lesson we all need to take to heart if we’re to work towards a better future: “Even if you’re not an expert in a particular domain, your outside expertise may hold the key to solving big problems within that domain. Sometimes, the unique perspective you have can result in unconventional thinking that can move the needle, but you need to be bold enough to try.” It doesn’t mean you shouldn’t strive to learn about the issue, but don’t fall into the trap of thinking you can’t offer ideas.

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