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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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Liz Keogh 12h
Are we talking about actual felines still or basic unix commands? Because apparently piping cat to pee really can create twice as many problems as you had before. Using a mouse is optional I guess.
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Liz Keogh 12h
Apparently you end up doing SAFe.
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Liz Keogh 12h
Replying to @t_magennis @jcmagennis
Python. You work in IT. It shouldn't be too hard to sell.
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Ron Jeffries 13h
OH on Twitter [at the pet store] Me: Do ya have any chameleons? Clerk: I've no fucken idea.
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Liz Keogh 13h
Replying to @t_magennis
My mice broke one humane trap and managed to somehow get stuck in the other one while it was closed shut and I was on holiday. Also they ate my books. Snakes. Get snakes.
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John Allspaw 17h
Software folks: You know that heart-stopping stress you get when you hit a keystroke and for a second you're unsure if you did something really bad by mistake? That happens every day, to you or people you know. You (or they) need real human support, regardless of outcome.
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Fran Garnacho 18h
Next week at the December meet-up introduces liminal . Looking forward to it!
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Liz Keogh 23h
Replying to @snowded @swardley
Epiphany and Apophany, but it's not out yet. ;) Maybe this one on why coherence > hypothesis in uncertainty?
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Liz Keogh Dec 10
Replying to @nicolefv @xaprb and 3 others
Do you have stories of how people reacted to the research? I like those stories too.
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rhys, listener of jazz Dec 10
having a real fun time figuring out 's password requirements
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Liz Keogh Dec 10
Replying to @snowded @swardley
Get them to watch 's "Crossing the River by Feeling the Stones", of course.
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Liz Keogh Dec 10
Replying to @xaprb @nicolefv and 2 others
Looking forwards to reading that; be interesting to hear the stories of the teams that limit WIP and then *don't* improve.
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Liz Keogh Dec 10
Time and Space were awesome IMO. Origins was meh.
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Liz Keogh Dec 10
If you can avoid something going through your constrained expertise twice or more long after your expert has forgotten about it, WIP goes down anyway.
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Liz Keogh Dec 10
I often suggest increasing the quality to lower the WIP rather than the other way round. That can mean getting the relevant people (eg: devs and testers) working more closely together. Get it right if you can, and if you can't (complexity, human error) keep the rework close.
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Kirsten, Currently Flaring Dec 8
Why 'To Siri With Love' Is Incredibly Damaging To Autistic People Like Me
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Liz Keogh Dec 10
I loved the entire series of Altered Carbon too. Re-read them last year. I get that they might not be everyone's cup of tea though. Stephen Baxter's "Time" and "Space"; if you're going to read "Origins" read it first. I found it anti-climatic (and they can be read in any order).
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Liz Keogh Dec 10
The whole Ancillary series by . The Three Body Problem (and series) by . And all Iain M. Banks' Culture novels. Again.
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Liz Keogh Dec 10
Replying to @matos_eduardo
It's still typical of teams I've seen walking the board like that. They do develop the skills to help each other out eventually; deliberately limiting WIP can buy slack for that to happen.
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Liz Keogh Dec 9
4/5 done. There's a lot of the conversational side of things that you won't get in the technical books. And Cynefin. And elephants!
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