Some changes aren’t for better. Like this MacOS redesign of the bluetooth menu.
Author: Tomek Kaczanowski
The Power of Silly Questions
By asking seemingly silly question we can learn more then we expect, and encourage others to join the discussion.
An Average Road to Monte Carlo
Presenting 2 forecasting techniques (averages and Monte Carlo Simulation) using a real-life example. Pros and cons.
TEDx Salon Kazimierz
If you have never attended any TED / TEDx event then you should! Three good talks & plenty of networking. Highly recommended!
Reminders to Myself
Sometimes in the middle of the day I need to remind myself about some ground rules. This is where my personal information radiators can help!
The Only Valuable Non-Technical Interview I Ever Had
When hiring a developer you test their skills by giving them some coding challenge. But what if you hire a manager, scrum master or product owner then… ?
If You Don’t Have Anything Nice to Say…
Being a manager means you can no longer turn a blind eye to some behaviours. Which is one of many reasons that management is hard.
Personal User Manual
User manual is like a dishwasher manual but it is about you. However strange it might sound, it helps other to cooperate with you. It really does. Give it a try!
Try rotating your team roles in a round-robin fashion. Each sprint have a different team member responsible for repeatable (and often mundane) activities.
How to measure what is hard to measure? This one trick can help.