Monthly Archives: November 2009

Albacore: All A-Twitter With A New Logo, Tag Line, And URL

There’s been a lot of fun things happening with Albacore over the holiday weekend. The Discussion Group First, there was the Google Groups announcement to coordinate the community. It’s taken off fairly well with our first call for help, and … Continue reading 

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Albacore: Come join the discussion!

There’s been a whirlwind of activity around the Albacore rake tasks recently. Steve Harman has started using it at VersionOne. Ben Hall has been contributing some great patches and tasks. My friends and former coworkers at my previous job are … Continue reading 

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Electronic Kanban Tools and WIP Limits: LeanKitKanban and AgileZen Get It!

Most of the electronic Kanban boards that exist simply don’t understand what WIP limits are really about. They all seem to go down the path of forcing any step (column) in the process to have a maximum limit that is … Continue reading 

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A Time For Change

Change comes in groups of three, right? Well, I have a 4 week old baby girl (I can hardly believe she’s 4 weeks old already). That would be change #1.  For change #2, I turned in my two week notice … Continue reading 

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