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This Week’s Video To Watch: Splitting User Stories

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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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Core Agendashift Workshop: Seattle 8/24

I know that many of you read this blog because you are an agent of change in your organizations – or you want to be. My next public workshop on August 24th in Seattle, WA is just the workshop for you to hone those skills.  Keep reading or register now!

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DevOpsCon18 Berlin: Finding Metrics that Matter and Using them Safely

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I was really excited to be invited to DevOpsCon in Berlin in May to hold a one day public workshop on Kanban and to spend an hour talking about Finding Metrics that Matter and Using them Safely. The conference was great, accommodating up to 1000 attendees and Berlin was quite nice too :).

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