Phew! I just trawled through all 600+ sessions for this year's online Microsoft Build 2020 and pulled out what I think are the not-to-miss sessions for developers. I've put together the following list which encompasses the smaller, sometimes interactive sessions that will be on offer. You will be able to catch big keynote moments elsewhere … Continue reading Build 2020 – Recommended Sessions for Australian Developers
I've recently found myself a member of so many meetups that it's become increasingly difficult to track when a group announces a new event. Additionally, I have a few people in my close circle that I'd like to share new event announcements with. As a result I wanted to find a way to track new … Continue reading Integrate Meetup announcements with Microsoft Teams using Azure Logic Apps and Adaptive Cards
I saw LinkedIn post today from Matt Barrie (head of freelancer.com) where he calls for the end of the ACS due to its questionable relevancy and the way in which it operates its Skills Assessment program. You should have a read. So why am I blogging about it? One item called out in the post … Continue reading Tweet-Pitch Your Job To A Non-Tech Person
I did a session today with the team at work around how Agile Requirements fit into the bigger picture of Agile project delivery. The presentation is up on SlideShare so if you're looking to bootstrap a presentation please feel free to use the contents.
I was going to write a big post about this but every time I come to work on it I find I spend more time that I intend to capture what is actually a fairly easy to understand set of principles that I've been lucky enough to pickup during my time working on software delivery … Continue reading Helping Your Teams To Success