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This Blog Has Moved!

Right, so yes, five years ago I moved to github pages, and never bothered to redirect any of these pages there. Now I've moved on from there, and... Finally I am using my real domain, trishagee.com . My blog is now at trishagee.com/blog .  See you there!

Live at Last

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We went live with "real" customers this week just gone.  It's the culmination of nearly two years work for me personally, and three years for our company. It's really nice to be live at last, and to have our name out there. It might (in fact, should) change the focus of our work. Without paying customers it's much more difficult to prioritise work based on what they might need or want. Exciting times for LMAX!

Lean Software and Systems Conference 2010 (Bletchley Park)

This is just a summary of the points I took from the Lean conference at Bletchley.  They all need expanding, this is just the stuff that struck me that I want to record. A Kanban Multiverse – Karl Scotland Points from his talk Meaning = visualise; interact; persist Kanban provides the translation between communities Remove columns from the Kanban board - no more chucking things over the wall to people Flip charts for design models Dots on cards for every day in dev, crosses for every day in test Exploration of UI is part of the card Ideas applicable for my project Add broken acceptance tests to the Kanban Board? Start doing task breakdowns again Add issues and impediments to Kanban board? Mingle should be updated to reflect the Kanban, at the moment the states are incorrect Converting a Scrum Team to Kanban - Mattias Skarin Points from his talk Moved from releases per iterations to releases per week Shifted motivation from delivering at end of iteration towards deliver

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