1. Multi-Site Agile Teams
Having a co-located Agile team is sooooooooo much easier than a team that is located at different sites. But sometimes you have to just suck it up and work with what you have.
Some good tips on how to manage this – Agile without borders: making multi-site teams work
2. The Ultimate List of 100 Software Testing Quotes
I am finally starting working on Test Driven Development from an AgileBI point of view. It’s going to be a long road I think.
Here is a great set of quotes to use on your next testing slide deck – The Ultimate List of 100 Software Testing Quotes
I am knee deep in estimation conversations again (it’s that part of the cycle in the project), so I am reading a lot of estimation articles at the moment.
I stumbled across this great article on some of the different Agile estimation approaches – 9 AGILE ESTIMATION TECHNIQUES
When the team have time I am nagging them to add new cool features to ODE, our open source data vault automation engine at ode.ninja.
Most of my time is actually spent teaching and coaching customers how to deliver using AgileBI as part of the Optimal Orange team.
We run regular Agile courses with a business intelligence slant in both Wellington and Auckland, you can learn more about these here.