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  • See http://www.xprogramming.com/ftp/Optional+scope+contracts.pdf Regards Ian Mitchell, FIITP ITCP ICT and Management Consultant Software that is Utterly Brilliant, Insanely Simple, Really Useful 2/40 Sylvia...
    Ian Mitchell Dec 25, 2013
  • ...Scrum Trainer > Scrum Coach-in-Chief > ScrumCrazy.com > > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed] > > > -- Regards Ian Mitchell, FIITP ITCP ICT and Management Consultant 2/40 Sylvia Road St Heliers Auckland, New Zealand 0064 9 5851580 http://www...
    Ian Mitchell Apr 26, 2013
  • ...objectmentor.comYahoo! Groups Links > > > > > > > > > > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed] > > > -- Regards Ian Mitchell, FIITP ITCP ICT and Management Consultant 2/40 Sylvia Road St Heliers Auckland, New Zealand 0064 9 5851580 http://www...
    Ian Mitchell Oct 13, 2012
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  • ...as comedy. ;-) > > MBTI is sixteen. ;) > > Dave... > > > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed] > > > -- Regards Ian Mitchell, FNZCS ITCP ICT and Management Consultant 2/40 Sylvia Road St Heliers Auckland, New Zealand 0064 9 5851580 http://www...
    Ian Mitchell Feb 10, 2012
  • Hi, My team started trying to get Agile about 18 months ago. 12 months ago I found a web site that allowed us to survey and measure how we were going. One of the questions in the survey was: "Do all team members use version control for all project-related artifacts that aren't automatically generated?" This brought up the question: Is documentation a "project-related" artifact...
    ianmain1965 Apr 29, 2010
  • ...ability to recall facts has little or nothing to do with ability or success as any sort of developer, Agile or otherwise. Regards Ian
    Ian Hobson Sep 12, 2009
  • Hi all, I have been following the discussion on pairing with great interest, and a bit of jealously! For I work alone (not even a dog!). How would someone who works alone - or even members of very small teams of 2 or 3 - get some of the benefits of pairing, given their situation? Regards Ian
    Ian Hobson Sep 3, 2009
  • ...you better get onto Monster in your lunch break. (And make sure that your salary is in the bank, before you spend it!). Regards Ian
    Ian Hobson Feb 17, 2009
  • Hi All, I'm interested in any ideas that you may have for a team building type exercise that we could do for say 20 developers, doesn't necessarily have to be coding related but all the better if it has an XP twist! ...oh and if it's fun thats even better!!! Cheers
    Ian Ralls Apr 17, 2008
  • ...implementation is within the methodology, unlike Scrum, which only cares about project management not how the code is written. Ian Cooper
    Ian Cooper Jun 27, 2007