In this guest post, serverless expert Marco Troisi highlights 3 key skills to go serverless, and how, as coaches, we can help a team to learn them.
A dysfunctional mob makes coaching impossible! So here is a workshop for team members to try and find the mob programming rules that work for them.
Doing code katas to learn real-life TDD can at first look like a scam to many developers. So here are three techniques to maintain a constructive mood.
Poker Planning is a collaborative game… that developers often lose! Here are the original fair rules that will provide developers time for technical work.
Is “Business Value” the only thing that matters for sprint plannings? Here are 3 Scrum practices that will buy developers some time for technical work!.
Run these activities with the whole team to increase not only the developers’ role in sprint plannings, but also collaboration, engagement, and value creation!
Let’s give up trying to measure technical agile coaching! Instead, use these 3 liberating questions to self-assess how well you are doing at any moment.
Technical agile coaching is complex. Many organizations would track our work with inadequate measures. Here is how hypothesis-driven goals can keep us safe.