Maker’s Schedule, Manager’s Schedule

It’s an article from July 2009, but I just saw it. A pretty lucid description of the problems faced when mixing a “manager” view of time and a “maker” view of time. Maker’s Schedule, Manager’s Schedule. I face this every time I step away from single-client work to develop other business projects. The business side …

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Lego Is Not Just For Kids Anymore

Well. I already know (or maybe “hoped” is a better word) that Lego is not just for kids. But any article about both Lego and agile software development was bound to catch my attention. This article is about the idea of using Lego bricks for time tracking and bug prioritisation/organisation. Personally I think the suggested …

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