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Join Craig, Tony and Renee on a journey through the world of Agile as they look at recent blogs related to Agile, investigate practices and techniques, look at tools and answer your questions. The revolutionists focus on not just Agile as it relates to software development but also how it applies to business, transition, culture, people and a whole lot more!
 
The Square one show engages listeners in conversational stories with creators, leaders and dreamers. We’re curious as to why they’ve taken risks and how they turned their dreams into reality. Our vision is to inspire you to explore, dream & discover your story. What does it look like to live outside your comfort zone? How can you actively pursue your dream? What are you building? How are you making things better?
 
The World Is Listening To DAVE RABBIT Are You? ”Dave Rabbit”, the “Godfather Of Pirate Radio”, welcomes you to "The Rabbit Zone". So Fasten Your Seat Belts, bring your seats and tray tables to their Fully Upright Position, then bend over and Kiss Your Ass Goodbye, because the “Dave Rabbit” & “Radio First Termer” Pirate Radio Experience is an Extremely Dangerous & Bumpy Ride! Everything Here Is FREE To Enjoy & Share! DAVE RABBIT LOVES JESSICA RABBIT Military EntertainmentNetwork In 2006, Dave ...
 
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Retrospectives are fantastic tools for emphasising your team’s strengths and identifying areas for improvement. But do your team appreciative their usefulness and know how to harness their full power? Aino Corry talks about problematic retrospectives – how to spot them and how to improve them. Aino Vonge Corry has a Ph.D. in Computer Science and ru…
 
Is your technology toxic? Clare Sudbery talks to Dave Rogers about how surprisingly willing people can be to work around rubbish technology rather than try and fix it. Dave tells us about the cultural and financial causes that can lead to wrong solutions and bad support structures. Dave Rogers is a technology and digital specialist, with leadership…
 
In this episode, Jess talks with guest Cat Swetel about her career, writings, and thoughts on DevOps. Jess: “Cat is known internationally for her Penguin Power Stance and for standing on the edge of now!”Cat: “I like working with things on the edge of now. So that’s either things that shouldn’t exist anymore or shouldn’t exist yet.” Jess and Cat ta…
 
How do you upgrade technology for a modern urban council authority, while simultaneously keeping spending within reasonable limits and looking after the diverse needs of your citizens? Clare Sudbery talks to Kit Collingwood about the Royal Borough of Greenwich’s new tech strategy, and the people that really matter – the population of Greenwich. Kit…
 
What’s the difference between coding for fun and coding for your job? Clare Sudbery chats to Jon Skeet, who is famous for the book C# in depth and infamous for his Stack Overflow contributions. Clare and Jon talk about Jon’s open source contributions, his side project (a drum kit explorer), and how this work connects with his day job as a Google en…
 
What does transformation mean to you? Clare Sudbery speaks to Paula Paul about her long experience of software modernisation. Paula explains the difference between adaptive and technical problems, discusses the challenges involved in moving systems to the cloud, and introduces the strangler pattern as a way of gradually introducing new ways of work…
 
Do your teams embrace learning? Clare Sudbery catches up with Jessica Kerr and asks her what symmathesy is. Jess tells us how we are constantly creating the next versions of ourselves; how we can enhance the learning feedback loop and build better collaboration – both within and between our teams. Jessica Kerr is a software developer who works on t…
 
Let’s make tech even better! Coming soon: Made Tech’s new podcast, Making Tech Better. Luckily for all of us, there are tons of passionate experts out there just bursting to share what they know about improving software delivery. Every fortnight, Clare Sudbery and other members of our team will interview enthusiastic practitioners from all over the…
 
Renee and Craig are at Agile2019 in Washington, DC and catch up with Sanjiv Augustine, author of “Managing Agile Projects” and “Scaling Agile” and founder and CEO of Lithespeed: Craig’s InfoQ interview with Sanjiv “Leadership is about managing change while management is about managing complexity… you need to be both” Lithespeed = flexible speed “Re…
 
Our guest today is Scott Smith. Scott is the CEO of LaunchLeads, a Utah-based B2B Lead Generation business. Their recent accolades include 3x Inc 5000 Award Winner and 4x Utah 100 Award Winner. And Scott is a Goldman Sachs 10KSB graduate and Peak 100 Award Winner. Let’s welcome Scott Smith to the podcast.…
 
Craig and Tony are once again roaming the halls at Agile Australia in Sydney and once again chat to some old friends from the Australian Agile community: Keynotes from Ali Walker and Marty Cagan Elabor8 (nice plug Tony) Sharon Robson from enterprising agility – enjoying the recognition that Agile adoption starts from the top down, … Continue readin…
 
Craig and Tony are at Agile Australia in Sydney and run into some old friends: Cathy Tang – “stroke the ego and crack the whip”, making the leap from logistics to Scrum Master Rachel Slattery – Agile Australia Director and Director of Slatts Group, surprised by the large number of new attendees Keynotes by Emma … Continue reading →…
 
Our guest today is Greg Gillette. Greg is the CEO of Citadel Control Services and a multi exit Entrepreneur. His expertise in the Tech space is impressive and I had a great time catching up and getting familiar with his new ventures. Let’s Welcome Greg Gillette to the Metanoia Rethink Everything Podcast.…
 
The Six Main Arcs in Storytelling, as Identified by an A.I. The Seven Basic Plots by Christopher Booker There are only six plots on tech Twitter. All tweets are one of them. What are they? — Matty Stratton, charismatic grifter (@mattstratton) January 4, 2021 1. Front-end vs Back-end 2. Degree vs Bootcamp 3. White dude vs Diversity 4. Money vs Passi…
 
In this episode of Keeping Connected, we discuss the importance of broadband and technology with Laura Kilfoyle, the Telemedicine Policy Specialist, within the Medicaid Policy Division of the Medical Services Administration within the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.By Jessica Denson
 
Our guest today is Jessica Finnegan. She's a sales executive and tech entrepreneur who possesses the networking skills of a political operative using gravitas and favor as she holds a room captive with her sincerity and passion. I've witnessed it first hand. Let welcome Jessica Finnegan to the Podcast.…
 
Craig and Tony are at Agile Australia in Sydney and after many years of chasing him around finally get to speak to Jez Humble, co-author of many fine books including “Continuous Delivery“, “Lean Enterprise“, “The DevOps Handbook” and “Accelerate” and they discuss: Accelerate is based on a research program where practices are validated on the … Cont…
 
Our guest today is Lindsey Ivie. She's a networking genius based in UT. She’s the Co-Host of LinkedIn local for Salt Lake City, Co-Founder of the CyberCraft Summit, and the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Ivie League, a consultancy she developed with her husband, John Ivie. And best of all she is a great friend, inspirational leader, and get’s o…
 
Our guest today is Mandi Kerr. Mandi is the CEO of the Global Hemp Association. And an advocate for Hemp adoption to positively affect the Global economy with products produced from Hemp. I got such a great education about how Hemp could positively impact multiple industries and the environment. Join me as we welcome Mandi Kerr.…
 
In this episode of Keeping Connected, we discuss the importance of broadband and technology with Michigan Economic Development Corporation COO, Amanda Bright McClanahan. We also discuss the role MEDC has and thoughts on how we can all be a part of securing a digital future.By Jessica Denson
 
Joe Hogue has been a professional musician for 35 years. Joe is a multiple Grammy and Emmy Award-winning producer and composer, as well as a Top-10 Billboard, hit songwriter, and producer. He has recorded over 300 albums with artists from nearly every genre earning 25 RIAA certified Gold and Platinum awards. Joe has had the honor of working with an…
 
Greg Johnson is the CEO of Webcheck Security in Salt Lake City, UT. He's a BYU graduate and a member of the famed Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square formerly known as the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Greg and I had a chance to discuss Cybersecurity, its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats, a SWOT analysis totally free of charge! And we dis…
 
Renee, Craig and Tony are together to chat with Serge Beaumont, Principal Agile Coach at Xebia, live from his man cave and despite showing their lack of mathematical skills in relation to dice they chat about: In relation to culture, if the human connections are there you can handle just about anything A foundational cultural … Continue reading →…
 
Tony and Craig are at Agile Australia in Melbourne and they (finally) catch up with Martin Kearns, the Chief Digital Officer at Innodev and co-organiser of Scrum Australia, and they chat about: Alistair Cockburn gets mentioned at around the 2:30 minute mark, and Martin was responsible for first bringing him to Australia Being coached is … Continue …
 
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