Tag Archives: SCRUM

New blog – NoTech

A talented colleague of mine Thomas Schou-Moldt has started blogging about software development processes and methods. He is passionate about the subject and writes well.

The blog is in Danish and called NoTech.

Blog description:

Here I’ll share my opinions, joys and frustrations about software development and IT projects – both the good stories and horrendous experiences.

SCRUM Certified Master

Yesterday I returned from Milan, Italy, after completing a great Scrum Master Certification course taught by the experienced Scrum trainer Joseph Pelrine.

Scrum is an agile project management method for managing projects with continuously changing requirements
and/or complex social and technical domains.

Joseph brought his friend Tim Mackinnon, whom is also a Scrum master and the originator of mock objects. I really enjoyed the course and learned a lot. We had some enlightening discussions during the course and social engagements in the evenings.

I highly recommend this course and the teachings of Joseph Pelrine to all whom looking to improve their ability to delivery quality solutions.