Agile Coach at Asynchrony Labs. Passion for developing Great Team Players using the same techniques as Improv Theater Teams. Over 20 years as a software developer, concentrating on Java since 1999. An XP practitioner and former ScrumMaster of the 2nd team to achieve Gold level certification at AT&T. Sun Certified Java Programmer (SCJP 1.1, 1.2, 6) and Certified Scrum Professional (CSP). Hobbies: cycling, chess and improv.
I am an #Agile, #kanban, #lean coach, dreaming of a #leanstartup, and inventor of the Scrummando belt. https://t.co/yjzenwfuBf
Lean UX Practitioner, Agile Experience Architect. Follow 4 fresh articles, webinars & quality human-centered humor. Formerly known as @scott_showalter #F4F #U4U
Christ follower, husband, father of 2, problem solver, teacher, mentor, software developer, and gamer just to name a few.
Feminist beer drinker and cryptocurrency enthusiast.
I am an Agile Coach at Asynchrony Labs. I am the founder and organizer of a local MeetUp on Product Ownership which has over 100 members. I am the head of a Product Ownership Chapter at Asynchrony Labs, with a mandate to train and educate people on the benefits of Product Ownership to your team. I spent over 20 years as a developer, Project manager and department manager and Scrum Master before turning to Agile Coaching and I post regularly at my blog www.yorkesoftware.com
Agile Coach, Speaker, Trainer, Innovation Seeker, Coffee Drinker, Enthousiast, Kanban Guy
If you don't ask the right question, you discover nothing.https://t.co/Ozzb6wv6Vs
Agile, Lean, Kanban, Cricket, Food, German Shepherds and everything in between.
Agile Coach and Transformation Specialist, driving meaningful stories across multiple iterations in all facets of life
People-Centric Agile Coach, Leadership Enthusiast, Social Scientist, Management Collaborateur, Speaker, and Trainer.
Husband, Father, Friend, CBAP, Scrum Master, Business Analyst with Cardinal Solutions, Teacher, Worship Leader, Songwriter
Jack of all trades, master of none. Eclectic. Full-time dad. Part time snack retriever. All tweets are my opinion and not representative of any company or org.
Business and technology professional and author
Agile Coach and Trainer at Liberated Elephant; Program Manager at HealthTrust
Agile coach, software engineer, UX designer, father. Fluffy bunny agilist. #agile #lean #kanban #scrum #ux I produce @agilepathfm agilepath.fm
The trick to great development is to stay focu... oooh jelly beans!
A polyglot, a martial artist, a cuisinier, life-long learner and teacher
Elise Hudson (CSP, PMP, MPA) has been challenging the status quo in IT for over 20 years. She has traveled the world working for major corporations and government agencies alike (her favorite was supporting the NSF in McMurdo Station, Antarctica). Elise has served in various management roles including as part of project/program, workforce management, SDLC/Agile, and Quality Assurance teams. She also enjoys Star Wars, quantum physics, Wonder Woman, transcendental poetry, and Fiona Apple in her spare time.
Agile tester and rock solid drummer
I am passionate about helping organizations continuously improve. My intentions are to help you focus energy on possibilities - not problems - and to be authentic in all interactions. Wherever you are at on your journey I encourage you to challenge the status quo! Rock the boat! Speak up! I am excited to learn about you and from you. I am an enthusiastic consultant, coach, and trainer - let’s work together with purpose and passion to make our world better - one change at a time.
"I am a very odd case. I was hired by IBM fresh out of college as a visual/UX designer. I spent three months at IBM Design Bootcamp learning the ropes of IBM Design Thinking and honing my visual and UX design craft. When I was deployed to my permanent IBM site, however, I was told that not only was I going to be a design researcher, I was also going to be a design lead on a Cognitive Analytics jumpstart project. It all came as a shock considering I was fresh out of school and not at all confident in my skills as both a designer and a leader. However, I embraced it all and took on the challenge. I am now a successful design lead on my Cognitive Analytics project. I have very effectively collaborated with my team of technical men who have worked at IBM for 10+ years. Me, a 22 year old girl with no previous knowledge of what a mainframe is. I've been able to work side by side with my team members and successfully employ IBM Design Thinking at every step. My presence alone on the team makes my technical peers feel confident in the ultimate success of our project (and if you've ever met my worry wort of a technical lead, this is a feat in itself). I've had a lot put on my plate during my first year at IBM, but I’ve loved every second of it. I’ve truly transformed both myself and my product team as a result. I love being a design lead. It has forced me to step out of my comfort zone and really steer the direction of my project. I’ve learned to ask for help when I need it, I’ve learned to be a leader, and I’ve learned to trust in IBM Design Thinking."
I'm a married, father, software developer, electrical engineer, who is interested in politics.
Software Engineer @Salesloft. Hackathoner. Midtown Atlantan. Thinking about employee happiness on https://t.co/SfoavXLMQm
Anne Steiner is a fun-loving. software consultant who enjoys the outdoors, sports, craft beers, and being goofy.
"Don't Refactor Yet" - Dry
iOS/Ruby developer. Evolutionary biologist. Teacher at heart. St. Louis Cardinals fan. Women Techmakers St. Louis lead. Cupcake in a doughnut world.
Director of Developer Engagement @Veracode. Dad, Secure Agile & DevOps Practitioner, AppSec evangelist, amatuer astronomer, Arduino hacker and Rush fan
Alison Polton-Simon is a software engineer at ThoughtWorks in San Francisco. Currently, she’s working to help developers, operations folks, and business people make smarter decisions about their Continuous Delivery processes as a part of the GoCD Analytics team. When she’s not coding, Alison enjoys getting far away from her computer for climbing, hiking and kayaking.
No Excuses! Now What?
Software Quality Consulting Engineer. He is an agilest and software tester that loves to learn new concepts. Recognized throughout his career as an expert technical leader and trainer with in-depth experience in agile testing using scrum methodology. He is passionate about sharing best practices with colleagues and the tech world. When not working he enjoys backcountry exploration and outdoor adventures.
Thought leader on lean/agile, analytics, and DevSecOps. Currently helps a Comcast, AgileCraft, Agility Health, etc. Previously, with Rally and Carnegie Mellon
Manager, Solutions Delivery at Leading EDJE
Mike is well versed at being able to take the principles of Agile, Scrum and Kanban and relate them to solving everyday situations that arise in the today’s software development world. As a Scrum Master and Agile Coach for Cardinal Solutions, Mike enjoys brainstorming on the best ways to use Agile to have a positive impact in today’s ever changing environments.During his tenure at Lexmark, Mike was asked to become the one of the company’s first Scrum Masters. After a few short weeks, he became thoroughly engaged and intrigued in understanding the impact Agile was having on the way software was being delivered to the customer. Eight years later, his passion and excitement for coaching others in the Principles of Agile continues to remain strong.When not at work, Mike enjoys sports broadcasting, golf, and spending time with his wife, 2 children and 1 grandchild.
Director of Agile Operations at Acklen Avenue. Certified Executive Coach and Microsoft ALM MVP. Contributes to InformIt.com & FrontRowAgile.com. Leads AgileNashville.com and Music City Agile.
Agile practitioner, architect, restaurant owner, software developer, father, mentor, geek, coffee lover.
Gamer. Geek. IT Talent Manager. Newbie Programmer. Runner. Soccer Fan. Tech Community Advocate. Traveler.
Director of API Architecture, API Academy at CA Technologies || Working to improve the quality and usability of information on the Web.
Technical Community Speaker & Developer Betterer
Interested in mobile, data science, machine learning, analytics, VR & game design. Developer & CS education. Trained composer & songwriter. Proud American.
Speaker, Blogger, Professor, Game Development Advocate, and head of the DevSpace Technical Conference.
Joshua Sutton is a skilled technology leader with more than 20 years of experience establishing and improving advanced analytics and decisioning systems. Having overseen and contributed to over fifty major analytics initiatives, Josh’s recent focus has been on advancing business functions, product strategy development, and infusing suggestive decisioning methodologies into enterprise BI technologies.
CEO at Acklen Avenue. We build custom web, desktop and mobile apps for innovative companies.