Joining me for Episode #393 of the podcast is Woody Zuill, who does, per his website, “mob Programming workshops, talks and presentations on agile topics,” and he coaches and guides “folks interested in creating a wonderful workplace where people can excel in their work, and in their life.”
I had a chance to meet Woody last year when I saw him speak at an Agile conference and I really enjoyed his perspectives. Woody has also participated quite a bit in a “Lean Consultants Stuck at Home” group that I had organized earlier in the pandemic times.
Topics today include “flow” in software development, the difference between “mob programming” and “paired programming,” and the “no estimates movement” and why that is important. I hope you'll find this interesting even if you don't work in software.
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For a link to this episode, refer people to www.leanblog.org/393.
Questions, Topics, and More
- How did you get into programming?
- What is “flow” in software development?
- You saw pull systems in manufacturing…
- What is “mob programming”?
- Vs. “paired programming”
- Reminds Mark of “collaborative care”
- Dilbert boss would say it's less efficient?
- Efficient vs effective?
- Cynefin framework
- What is the “no estimates” movement and why is that important?
A thought of mine that Woody likes to share on Twitter:
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