The phrase ‘right-to-left’ is pretty well embedded in software development teams. There are some great works on Kanban and flow that discuss it in detail. Mike Burrows has a great book that is even called ‘Right to Left’. This article doesn’t replace or repeat all that good stuff, it’s just an example of right-to-left based […]
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Kanban boards are now becoming so popular that they are subject to the mainstream effect. This means that it is worth thinking about some of the common problems. First and foremost, both Lean Software Development and Kanban advocate starting from where you are. So the first role of a Kanban board is to help you […]
This is a brief comment on the state of agile software development in 2015. We have humped! It is no longer left-field to use XP, Scrum, or even Kanban; it is the norm. The biggest challenge this presents to us all is that in the mainstream we cannot possibly keep the message as consistent as it […]
This is a brief report into how the methodologies I use in my day job as a programmer have affected the way I perform household duties. I used to do a lot of housework when I lived on my own and before I actually started writing software for a living and while performing some chores […]