Posts Tagged: Humour

Hahaha, our team is great!

(image by Jitendr) I’ve always been a big fan of humour.   From subtle to absurd, I can appreciate it all.  Laughter makes life more enjoyable.  This is something I come to realize more often as I grow older. Off course

Hahaha, our team is great!

(image by Jitendr) I’ve always been a big fan of humour.   From subtle to absurd, I can appreciate it all.  Laughter makes life more enjoyable.  This is something I come to realize more often as I grow older. Off course

Scrum Gathering Munich – Social Objects in Agile Teams

Dilbert Considered Harmful? Social objects in Agile Teams This session by David Harvey was part of the O (Other/Miscellaneous) track. It is built around the idea that certain social objects in teams and workplaces can be caused by underlying issues.

Scrum Gathering Munich – Social Objects in Agile Teams

Dilbert Considered Harmful? Social objects in Agile Teams This session by David Harvey was part of the O (Other/Miscellaneous) track. It is built around the idea that certain social objects in teams and workplaces can be caused by underlying issues.

April fool’s

I stumbled upon this great april fool’s joke by Scott Ambler. It’s a parody on the whole scrum alliance commerce and makes you think about the value of the scrum master certification.   Related posts: Learning agile by practice

April fool’s

I stumbled upon this great april fool’s joke by Scott Ambler. It’s a parody on the whole scrum alliance commerce and makes you think about the value of the scrum master certification.   Related posts: Learning agile by practice

Who’s to blame?

When administering my wordpress blog, I got a crash with the following error message:     This looks like a dev joke that hasn’t been replaced before going to production.  Or is this a standard wordpress error message?  In that

Who’s to blame?

When administering my wordpress blog, I got a crash with the following error message:     This looks like a dev joke that hasn’t been replaced before going to production.  Or is this a standard wordpress error message?  In that

Didn’t see it coming

When reading through all those blogpost about agile, it is great to stumble upon a post that is completely off-topic. This is a link to a funny (fictional?) story that I read on Alistair Cockburn’s blog: The parking ticket

Didn’t see it coming

When reading through all those blogpost about agile, it is great to stumble upon a post that is completely off-topic. This is a link to a funny (fictional?) story that I read on Alistair Cockburn’s blog: The parking ticket