Berlin, Feb 21st-22nd. Our annual #BCW is an intensive and colorful collaboration fair with a large variety of customers and partners. Bigger than ever before with 4000 visitors, it was packed with panels, presentations, booth talks and side chats. So these two days passed by incredibly fast! As my personal highlights I can certainly count... Continue Reading →
Winter always seams too long. For now it's over and I did enjoy three jumps with Kevin in Calw. Every time again, it's an amazing feeling to launch into air and have fun with freefly.
A new colleague recently joined our team. Just yesterday, he presented his ideas on a sales topic. It took me some time to get into this one slide he showed. My first thought was "i don't fully get it, explain it to me better" followed by "why is this so strange!?". Being in a rush, I... Continue Reading →
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/