People often come to me, and ask: “How do you get so much shit done? Why doesn’t anything fall through the cracks? Why don’t you ever seem to be bored? How can I be more like you?”
The answer is simple. It's all thanks to my very own system that I call “Getting Shit Done.” It’s a lot like the “Getting Things Done” system, except simpler, plus it has “Shit” in the name, because I’ve worked hard to build up sufficient street cred to use edgy words like that. Yo.Read More
A few weeks back we had an internal lightning talk at STX Next from a product owner and scrum master of one our teams. The talk was about their experience over the past year joining an existing team that, until then, had functioned without these roles. While the talk focused a lot on the value of adding “Agile people” to teams, for me it connected the dots on an important thing we don't do enough:
Question all the things.Read More
An article I wrote on the STX Next blog:
"At STX Next we're always looking for ways to work more efficiently. Recently we observed a couple of problems related to deployment environments, which we ended up solving by introducing Dockerand Fig in projects. Not only do these tools allow new developers to contribute to projects more quickly, they also give developers more confidence that what works locally, will also work on production."