Staying On Track – Video From AgileByExample 2014

There’s no point in driving faster in the wrong direction.


That’s why staying focused on what really matters during the whole the software development process is crucial. Which means  killing features that no one is going to use, shortening discussions and brining them back on track, and helping teams with difficult decisions (“Should we refactor this piece?”, “Should we allow deleting users?”, “What to work on next?” ) – I must admit I really enjoy this process 🙂

I gave a talk on this topic during the last AgileByExample 2014 conference.

Video and presentation slides are available.


My Talk @ GeeCON 2012

Tomorrow I am giving a talk “Visibility Shift In Distributed Teams” on GeeCON conference in Poznań. Presentation abstract Slides If you are one of the geeks attending this great Java conference, join me in Room 8 at 11:30 to learn how working remotely looks like and what happens when an agile team gets distributed. See […]

Devoxx 2011 Quotes

A bunch of highlights from Devoxx this year that I would like to present here cannot be opened in any other way than this one: “Don’t go to the conferences”      – Martijn Verburg aka Diabolical Developer The best way to improve your skills is through endless practice. For a programmer, working on code should be the […]