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When Quality Loses

Context: agile development with prioritization and release decisions being made by a product owner.

There’s often a false understanding of software quality (and the responsibility for software quality) in our industry. 448 more words

Process

Jack of All Trades, Master of Scrum

Master of Scrum, or Scrum Master, is my professional title. Of course, I’m not silly enough to think I know all there is to know about Scrum or Agile Methodologies. 593 more words

Agile

Steven Haines @ ‘The Three Questions for Product Manager’

Steven Haines has a passion for great products! This passion is evident in the three books he’s written. His energy serves as a catalyst for senior leaders so that they can adopt needed changes that improve organizational effectiveness and ultimately, contribute to the creation of the best products that deliver extraordinary value to customers, and undisputed competitive advantage. 580 more words

Product Management

How I got my Agile wings

        I’m currently a ScrumMaster working on three local Scrum teams, which when I started was only one small team. My first day on the team was coincidentally sprint planning day, when I was asked to hit the ground running as the new ScrumMaster. 435 more words

Agile

Slides from my sessions on TechDays 2015

Last week were the Dutch Microsoft TechDays 2015. For the 5th year in row I had the great honor to host 2 sessions. One about Continuous Delivery with the Microsoft Tooling and one about Git versus Team Foundation Version Control. 120 more words

Speaking

Microsoft Techdays 2015 - Azure Deployment Pipeline in 25 minutes

This year I’m a speaker at the Dutch Microsoft TechDays conference. I have two sessions (of 25 mins each) in which I talk about DevOps related topics. 213 more words

Debugging a DSC script for Release Management

When preparing a DSC script for deploying an application using Release Management it is often handy to test and debug that script locally. Nobody writes code that works the first time, right? 399 more words

Release Management