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Starfish Aims To Prevent Accidental Heatstroke Deaths By Alerting Parents To Children Left In Cars

 New, first-time parents are terrified that they’re going to somehow accidentally hurt their baby – they will drop the child, or hit that weird soft spot on the baby’s head. Or maybe they’ll forget to put the baby on their back to sleep, and they will die of SIDS. A new breed of startups and “baby tech” gadgetry now caters to these fears, selling… Read More

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The fact this question continues to come up time and again after all these years prompted me to wonder why the matter hasn’t been settled by now. Thousands of people have tried their hand at pairing in a wide range of circumstances. Some swear by the practice and feel as if something is missing when they must work solo. Others are convinced pairing is pure waste and cannot possibly yield good results. Both opinions are informed by real-world experience. What specific differences in these situations resulted in such radically different outcomes?

The “best” Scrum Masters will be found by identifying individuals that are well-trained, educated and passionate about Agile and servant leadership, regardless of their background.
—  An eternal question! RT @scrumdan: Who makes the best Scrum Master: a developer or project manager?
Sprint Planning กับ Grooming ต่างกันอย่างไร


เมื่อไม่นานมานี้ ผมได้มีโอกาสเห็นไปโค้ชทีมที่เขาทำ Scrum กันมาก่อนแล้ว และมีกิจกรรมที่ทีมเรียกว่า Grooming ด้วย แต่คุยไปคุยมากลับไม่ใช่ Grooming อย่างที่ควรจะเป็น ทีมหนึ่งใช้คำว่า Grooming แทน Sprint Planning ไปเลย และมีอีกทีมที่อีกบริษัทหนึ่งใช่ Grooming เป็นการเล่า requirement ในทำนอง hand-off งานไปให้ทีม dev ซึ่งทั้งสองแบบนี้ไม่ใช่ Grooming ทั้งคู่

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