This morning I had an astonishing conversation with my 4-year-old son. The child's logic revealed again that ecological principles actually are too easy to understand. It all started with a youtube video of the recent hyperloop pod competition. The Tunnel video itself wasn't self-explaining, so I described it as "a new version of the subway. Much faster, so... Continue Reading →
A quite simple graphic. But it reveals interesting touch points of technology and automotive industry. Read the full article here. Illustration by Bloomberg.com
Just received my deck of Clarity Cards by @thnkclrly . Great project and thanks, Mathias! I'm curious to take them on a test drive. How do you use them and what did they help you with?
Switching context slows me down. Inability to find a meeting with 3+ colleagues within 2 upcoming days tires me. Now it's time to make an attempt to change that: I'm picking up the idea of a "themed week". That means I put my most prominent recurring activities into a weekly framework. Every day will be... Continue Reading →
Don't be too strict about your user story structure. Thoughts on enabling collaboration by describing features "right" by Erick Flemming https://commentsincode.net/agile/testing/2015/01/30/story-driven-features/
[This post is a bit off-topic to the rest of my blog, but it's a topic of personal concern I want to share. It's German first, English might follow soon] Die neusten Ereignisse an Europas Grenzen berühren mich tief. Menschen fliehen aus ihrer Heimat auf der Suche nach einem menschenwürdigen Leben. Wenn nicht sogar einem... Continue Reading →
The 5th event of the future mobility camp series took place this Friday. A welcome occasion for networking with the regional experts from industry partners, universities and public projects. Needless to say that it was a great chance to meet my former car2go and moovel colleagues as well. After being hosted in Berlin and Dresden, the Future Mobility... Continue Reading →