Five Blogs – 7 November 2017

The (best) five blogs I read today. Check them out.

Forget Bitcoin: Data Is the Prime Currency for Chief Digital Officers
Written by: Lisa Loftis

DevOps is cool, but get involved in OpsDev for Test Environment Management too!
Written by: Jesper Ottosen

How to Say No When it Counts
Written by: RiShawn Biddle

5 Easy Ways to Network Like a Pro
Written by: Diana Faison

Liminal Cynefin – image release
Written by: Dave Snowden

Quote of the day:
“Failure is the road you will travel to success. Just be sure to take the correct exit” -Tim Fargo

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Five Blogs – 19 June 2017

The (best) five blogs I read today. Check them out.

Cynefin and Software Testing, Part 2 – James Christie
Written by: James Christie

Start And End Your Work Day With These Principles in Mind
Written by: Thomas Oppong

To Build Your Resilience, Ask Yourself Two Simple Questions
Written by: Srikumar Rao

10 Networking Tips for People Who Hate Networking
Written by: Shundalyn Allen

Self-Employed Vs. Business Owner – Which Mindset Will Empower You Most?
Written by: Debra Russell

Quote of the day:
“Continuous effort – not strength or intelligence – is the key to unlocking our potential” -Winston Churchill

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Five Blogs – 10 February 2017

The (best) five blogs I read today. Check them out.

If Your Team Agrees on Everything, Working Together Is Pointless
Written by: Liane Davey

Let’s revisit the talking paperclip
Written by: Mike Talks

5 Ways To Say No To A Networking Request
Written by: Dorie Clark

Testing Problems Are Test Results
Written by: Michael Bolton

The Meaning of Decentralization
Written by: Vitalik Buterin

Quote of the day:
“The worst memories stick with us, while the nice ones always seem to slip through our fingers” -Rachel Vincent

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Five Blogs – 6 January 2017

The (best) five blogs I read today. Check them out.

APIs and automated testing: Go integrated for the best of both worlds
Written by: Bas Dijkstra

Continuous Agile Program Planning: Think Big, Plan Small
Written by: Johanna Rothman

Building Automation Muscle
Written by: Michael Fritzius

How to become an extraordinary leader
Written by: Mary Jo Asmus

Go Forth And Share
Written by: Rob Lambert

Quote of the day:
“The best way to rid yourself of fear and anxiety is to expose yourself to whatever haunts you” -Charlie Ambler

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Five Blogs – 19 April 2016

The (best) five blogs I read today. Check them out.

Create A Safe-To-Fail Environment
Written by: Jurgen Appelo

Empathy And Mobile Development
Written by: Cate Huston

Do it *my* way, or do it *our* way
Written by: Alan Page

Sharing is Caring
Written by: Kim Knup

A Simple Way to Combat Chronic Stress
Written by: Alexander Caillet, Jeremy Hirshberg and Stefano Petti

Quote of the day:
“Great teams understand that it’s not about how well each person performs, but how well they work together” -Justin Su’a

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Five Blogs – 9 November 2015

The (best) five blogs I read today. Check them out.

Principles Not Rules, part 1
Written by: Iain McCowatt

What Gear Are You In Right Now?
Written by: Michael McKinney

The 3 Power People You Need on Your Team
Written by: Dan Rockwell

Why ISO 29119 Is a Flawed Quality Standard
Written by: James Christie

The Best Pros Won’t Work For You, But You Can Still Engage Them
Written by: Stephane Kasriel

Quote of the day:
“Purpose and principle, … commonly shared, are the genetic code of any healthy organization” -Dee Hock

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Five Blogs – 22 October 2015

The (best) five blogs I read today. Check them out.

The End of Expertise
Written by: Bill Fischer

The Ultimate Coaching Question
Written by: Madeleine Blanchard

Strategy In A Networked World
Written by: Greg Satell

The Easy Way May Be the Hard Way
Written by: Frank Sonnenberg

Thoughts: Tips for preparing for your first conference talk
Written by: Kim Knup

Quote of the day:
“A leader is someone who can remember what they set out to create” -Michael Gerber

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