This can’t possibly be right

I watched the recording of the first #TDDLive webinar session yesterday. It was a really good conversation (nice to see a fishbowl format in action) and I’d recommend watching it if you get the chance. The part of the conversation about mocks was interesting as panellists were bringing up their experience of codebases (or people […]

Technologists are amoral/unethical: what can be done? (Agile Manchester 2017)

At Agile Manchester 2017, John Nolan and I ran a workshop entitled Technologists are amoral/unethical: what can be done?. The idea was to examine why digital technology is generally practiced as an amoral/unethical occupation and then to ask participants to propose practical things we could do to address our behaviours. The rest of this post is […]

The impact of learning?

Over the past few months I’ve very much been a fan-boy of the work done by @racheldavies around building learning in team life. The teams at Unruly seem to have evolved a great combination of learning practices that support different types of learning: team and individual, practical and conceptual, practice and technology, etc. It’s not only […]