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My slightly satirical, stream-of-consciousness take on scrummy pregnancy. First Trimester Scrum Master You were a developer before you became a scrum master, so you’ll get a kick out of calling your baby a monad, because – like – “generically automating…
My slightly satirical, stream-of-consciousness take on scrummy pregnancy. First Trimester Scrum Master You were a developer before you became a scrum master, so you’ll get a kick out of calling your baby a monad, because – like – “generically automating away boilerplate code” and something about “a thing that creates side-effects.” I mean, come on […]
Continued from 2013/04/15/lessons-learned-as-a-scrum-master/ Here is my list of lessons learned throughout my tenure as Scrum Master, and I’m sure there are many more that I missed. These were notes directed to myself, and are very project specific, but they give a decent overview. Each one of these was something that I messed up at one time […]
I have been a Scrum Master for my team of 8-10 since November of 2011, and it has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my career. I was very lucky to land this position. Previously I had done development and testing projects, but my only lead experience was for a team of myself […]
At SEP, we have very diverse teams, clients, and projects. With all of that variety and diversity, comes a lot of variation in how projects are run. Almost every project, in my experience, has used different processes and techniques. I was recently inspired by one of my coworkers, Jennifer, by a letter that she wrote […]