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Paul Henman
Englishman living in Canada; founder of (Toronto Photo Walks); Scrum Master / Agile coach; tech geek; Formula One (F1) fan; badminton player.
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Richard Dawkins Feb 16
There there, I do understand, taking away your guns is like taking away your Comfort Blanky. You’ll feel bereaved. Tell you what, though. We know how to deal with bereavement. We’ll send you our thoughts and prayers. Then you’ll feel better.
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Oval Tube Station Feb 15
Friday 16th February Thought Of The Day From Oval Station
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Paul Henman Feb 13
Replying to @chethendrickson
Feels more like you should be saying "Use the PATH, Luke" :)
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Paul Henman Feb 13
Replying to @JoshuaKerievsky
The lake is far from melting :)
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Paul Henman Feb 6
"KPIs, Velocity, and Other Destructive Metrics" -
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Paul Henman Feb 5
Replying to @Ardita_K
I hope everything's ok
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Paul Henman Feb 5
Taken 29-Jan-2018 Toronto Islands are disappearing!
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Paul Henman Feb 5
Taken 18-Jan-2018 Still looking a bit chilly out there
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Paul Henman Feb 5
Taken 09-Jan-2018 View from my new team room
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Toronto Agile Jan 29
TAC Webinar Feb7: It's Not About The Tools: Facilitating Effective Meetings Across Distance - with -
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Paul Henman Jan 28
Andy & I saw a great game last night
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Paul Henman Jan 19
"Toronto is getting a sugar shack this winter" -
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Paul Henman Jan 4
Replying to @carnub
"Need to know basis" :)
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Paul Henman Jan 4
Replying to @carnub
Did she also give you a definition of done? :)
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Scott W. Ambler Jan 4
There are no "best practices" in IT, but there are a lot of mediocre ideas to avoid.
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Paul Henman Jan 4
FYI, "hard cider" does indeed mean it's alcoholic because N.Americans use "cider" to mean any apple juice (alcoholic or not). Still confuses me even after being in Canada for 16 years :)
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