Understanding Mob Programming as a trivia team. Going to the lake with friends for the weekend, we often play a game Friday or Saturday night. Poetry for Neanderthals, Secret Hitler, Codenames (my personal favorite). We had an original edition Trivial Pursuit, which was hilarious due to how outdated the questions were (1981). Trivial Pursuit can …
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Code Connector / Code Co-op: 5/24/22 Lightning Talks
“Forgetting the Factory & Making Change in Tightly Coupled Systems” Well, having barely finished my presentation, I went way over the 10 minute time. Fortunately for me, one presenter dropped out, and Lawrence was a gracious host. More of a rolling thunder talk, maybe. The YouTube video of the whole session, with all speakers here. …
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A challenging statement. Kanban is failure.
Just heard this quote on a webinar today about Lean and Theory of Constraints. I found it fascinating and challenging. Tell me your thoughts in the comments: “Kanban is an admission of failure to achieve one-piece flow”
The Mechanics of Flow: You don’t have to be the fastest to beat the fastest.
In the past year I watched the Amazon series Patriot. From a plot perspective, the show is about an American agent who takes on a “non-official cover” with a pipe company to prevent a nuclear threat. At a deeper level, the show is about the complications of flow, mentioned several times as the simplicity of …
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