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Liz Keogh
Lean/Agile consultant, hard-core BDDer, speaker, blogger, poet, fantasy author, pattern hunter, complexity thinker, Londoner and unrepentant Goth.
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Gitte Klitgaard 12h
Beautiful and important video about being who you are, by the magnificent
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Will Gervais 🤓🚓 Feb 19
That's....that's Thor. They made it 3 times. Alt-righters complaining about Black Panther is my new favorite thing.
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Joe Schmetzer 14h
Cognitive Distortions handout provided by at
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Liz Keogh 14h
Just reflecting on the origins of modern BDD tools. This is where they turned into something usable: - big shout out to .
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Bec Hill a.k.a Be Chill 16h
✔ Using tablets ✔ Writing in emojis ✔ Obsessed with cats You call them millenials. I call them Ancient Egyptians.
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Liz Keogh 17h
If it's hard, do it more often, right? ;)
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Liz Keogh 20h
Call out really good bits of code (or anything else for that matter) for the whole team to see; that way they know who else to learn from. Saves me a lot of time as a coach & gives people confidence to try things out.
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Pascale Scheurer Feb 20
So... if he'd been in a wheelchair, and didn't take part in the weekly five-a-side game or dance at the office Christmas party, didn't hang around the water cooler because the wheelchair didn't fit easily, that'd also be OK to be interpreted as a "rejection" of the co-workers?
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Liz Keogh Feb 19
Replying to @zenithedtom
Feeding them to Gizmo, after midnight, in the bath.
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Micro SF/F stories Feb 19
"We never spoke of 'the veil between worlds' or it being 'thin' before the Victorians." "We didn't?" "They invented it. Well, the steam-driven unveiler." "Why?" "To find new worlds to conquer. To colonise." "Oh. What happened to it?" "They found us." "Us? You?" "I said too much."
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Liz Keogh Feb 19
Replying to @silkyida
Good luck :)
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Joshua J. Arnold Feb 18
I use a triad version that goes like this... Tech: understand Flow & Value, focus on Quality. Delivery: understand Quality & Value, focus on Flow Product: understand Quality & Flow, focus on Value.
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Liz Keogh Feb 19
Metrics are just information. They only become a problem when they're treated as targets (and we humans do seem to love to treat them as targets even when they're not). A (happy) example: - search "perverse incentive" for the negative ones.
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さつき先生。 Feb 17
「Penrose triangle」
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Liz Keogh Feb 19
Replying to @mfeathers
It makes a great analogy for Product Owners and Scrum Masters or their equivalent, too.
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Cam Rogers Feb 19
They were demoing the when an elderly couple turned up and asked what they were doing. Then it got real. Still as brilliant as when I first read it.
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Jill Filipovic Feb 17
"Male privilege is a myth, change my mind," he said, setting up a booth at a university and expecting others to explain the concept to him, instead of walking into the nearby library and reading a book.
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Liz Keogh Feb 18
Replying to @MelOskar
Post to - the folks on the sub have reunited people with lost jewellery before.
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Al Shalloway Feb 18
the catch 22 of Scrum. buyer beware.
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NHS Million Feb 17
Just saw the reports of an in the UK. Are you sure it wasn't just Jeremy Hunt dropping his dossier on NHS privatisation?
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