Tag Archives: Scrum

Episode 2: Hacking Agile (or What’s the Difference?)

Thanks for waiting; someone will be right with you.

Scrum and Villainy lives! In the long-awaited Episode 2, well-known UX designer Austin Govella shares his unusual perspective on the way we define and/or deify the process. Expect unexpected views, jarring stops, the usual small child in the background, and a bag of questions to take home. Part 1 of 2.

Dedicated to my father, Dominick J. Brunone Jr, who actually *did* work on the Space Shuttle software.

Links:
The Design Age
Agile 2013
Hacking UX (Austin’s session)
Music: Space Fanfare by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

Episode 1: Agile Awakenings

It’s finally here!  Special guest Cori Drew describes coming into agility, Git source control as the agile developer’s best friend, toddler project management, and overcoming the fear of technical jargon.  Geek content rating:  5/10.

Links:

Cori’s blog: http://truncatedcodr.wordpress.com/
Lauren Ipsum: http://www.laurenipsum.org/
Music: Space Fanfare by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Recorded at Improving Enterprises:  http://improvingenterprises.com