An Introduction to Mob Programming

An Introduction to Mob Programming

I was lucky enough to attend the SUGSA meetup with Mark Pearl talking on Mob Programming. Mark is a developer coach from South Africa who has recently immigrated to New Zealand. He is one of the few South African’s I know who has deeply explored Mob Programming...
Our own font!

Our own font!

Those of you who know us and our products, will know how fond we are of handwritten slides and handouts. But every now and again we need to update or change a slide, and that’s easier to do digitally. For a long time we’ve used Lauren C. Brown as our...
Tips to get your talk proposal accepted

Tips to get your talk proposal accepted

We believe that you learn best by teaching. So if you are learning, consider giving a talk at a conference and see how this boosts your learning! The part most people struggle with is the initial proposal. So here are our tops tips for proposals. Pay attention to the...
The role of testers in Agile

The role of testers in Agile

In November we gave a keynote at Agile Testing Days, which is now officially our favourite conference ever! The organisers and attendees are so much fun and all seem to be really passionate about testing. We highly recommend attending. Our keynote was titled...
How to become an agile coach

How to become an agile coach

Karen and I often get asked what it takes to become an agile coach. Mostly by ScrumMasters but also by managers. Our answers vary depending on what we have noticed in the recent weeks. We decided to do a talk at the local Scrum group SUGSA on what we thought it took...