Archive for January 2009
AgileSparks, a company approved by the International Scrum Alliance to grant certifications in this field, is arranging a new 2-days course to start on the next February.
The course covers the Scrum framework and includes real life situation simulations and exercises, in which Scrum principles are practiced and important insights are reached.
As a Scrum master, certificated by AgileSparks, I recommend this course for anyone wanting to review and improve his skills in this field.
I got the following email – you may find it interesting:
The Jazz Ensemble
Live at Carnegie Hall
3545 Harbor Boulevard
Costa Mesa, CA 92626-1437
Just send me a flying ticket and I’m coming.
Have you downloaded and used “CompBL”, the freeware that compares ClearCase UCM baselines and streams?
If so, we would like you to answer a poll on its new features.
The two minutes poll is your opportunity to affect its features in next release. Please click on the following link:
(For a brief summary of CompBL – please visit http://gomidjets.com/compbl.html )
If you know about more users of “CompBL”, inside your company or outside, please pass the poll forward to them.
Two weeks ago, my article about this issue was published in “CM Crossroads”, the leading portal of CM world.
Here is a brief – you can read the whole article in the portal.
In Turbulent economic times such as the recent days, it is reasonable to assume that while some things will be reduced or cut, (e.g. human resources and budgets), others (e.g. documentation) will be maintained or even increased. So, what can we do to create effective and accurate CM Plans?