The video of my Agile Yorkshire talk “We become what we behold: Sociology, software and Conway’s Law” is now available, for those who like that kind of thing. http://www.agileyorkshire.org/meetings/jameshullpresents-webecomewhatwebeholdsociologysoftwareandconwayslaw
I’ve just completed a great course by Geoff Watts, taken the test and scored 97%. Annoyed to get a question wrong to be honest. Anyway, proof is here: https://www.scrumalliance.org/community/profile/jhull12 So feel free to hire me!
Video of my recent talk at Agile Yorkshire. http://www.agileyorkshire.org/meetings/jameshullthepowerofno
A category error is when we ascribe properties to a thing that can’t possibly have them. e.g. your breath smells a funny colour, the number 9 is slippery and sly etc. The poor old story point has been hurt and abused since its invention. In Agile we understand them as a means of abstracting relative […]
I did a talk for Agile Yorkshire on the 9th February 2016 called The Power of #No, to discuss #NoEstimates, #NoProjects and other notable Nos. Seeing recent conversations on Twitter I feel a particular section is worth highlighting. I see some criticism of #NoEstimates to be semantic – the No doesn’t mean No all the […]