We get the world we build and have to build the world we want to live in. With only nineteen true democracies left in the world, technology has a chance to play a vital part as a common platform, a global language, a new common denominator for society and people from all over.
One of the ongoing insights I have discovered from my agile team leadership journey is continually realizing the awesome power of transparency. It’s something that cuts through all of the traditional Waterfall management speak, for example: “Let’s get this project back on schedule”.
What happens when we drop “No, but…” from our daily interactions or life choices in favor of the #1 rule of improvisation: “Yes, and..?”
Here is our monthly selection of knowledge on programming, software testing and project management. This month you will find some interesting information and opinions about development philosophy, coding for testers, code review, Agile & UX, code reviews, priorities, training, coaching, exploratory testing and communities of practice.