Over the last year, I have attended 3 or 4 Release Train Planning (RTP) meetings. In these meetings, the entire team came together and planned out the next release. A release is roughly a three month period, made up of 6 two-week iterations. The way these meetings are run is that the objective of a given release is introduced by a business representative and teams break down the work into stories which are mapped against the 6 iterations.
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I came to a realization today: I feel greater impostor syndrome on Twitter than at home or the workplace. Let me fill in some context. In the last weeks, we have begun training an employee to become a “craftsmanship coach”. The idea is that he will work with us to learn values of craftsmanship. Once our engagement has ended, he will be the driving factor pushing the company forward.
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I’ve decided to start blogging again. Not about anything in particular or for any particular audience. Just for me to gather my thoughts on things around code and craftsmanship. Stay tuned.
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Felipe Sere

Software Crafter at 8th Light London

Software Crafter

London