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