Back in late September, I had the privilege of attending Agile Coaching Camp US. This event has happened yearly for the past ten years, bouncing around from city to city, offering up a heaping dose of education, camaraderie, fun, and community. This was the 10-year anniversary and was held in the city where it all … Read moreAgile Coaching Camp US 2018
This last weekend, I had the pleasure of attending Agile Coaching Camp US right in my own neighborhood! For the 10-year anniversary of the coaching camp they brought it back home to where it started. You can read my full writeup of the event to get a feel for what it was like to be … Read moreACCUS2018: OMG I’m an Imposter
I love books, especially books about Agile and Scrum. These are a few of my favorites – they have provided me with a ton of value and come highly recommended. I hope you enjoy them. Note: These are indeed affiliate links. If you purchase any of these books I’ll receive a small commission. This is … Read moreAndy’s Essential Agile Reading List
Back when I first started Agile/Scrum, we randomly picked names for our sprint that had little or no meaning/effect on anything beyond the name of our feature branches in git. It was fun for the entire 30 seconds it took to think of a name and add it to Jira. I like to have a … Read moreWhat’s in a Name? How I Add Some Fun to our Sprints
Often in the midst of a conversation about what I do for a living, I’ll catch myself interchanging the words “Agile” and “Scrum.” I’ve noticed this elsewhere in the Agile/PM community. If you google something similar to “what is the difference between Agile and Scrum” you’ll see plenty of people with a lack of understanding … Read moreAgile vs. Scrum – What’s the Difference?