This last weekend, I had the pleasure of attending Agile Coaching Camp US right in my own neighborhood! For the 10-year anniversary of the coaching camp they brought it back home to where it started. You can read my full writeup of the event to get a feel for what it was like to be … Read More
I love books, especially books about Agile and Scrum. These are a few of my favorites – they have provided me with a ton of value and come highly recommended. I hope you enjoy them. Note: These are indeed affiliate links. If you purchase any of these books I’ll receive a small commission. Essential Scrum … Read More
My talk from WordCamp Ann Arbor 2017 “Show Me the Cache!” made it up onto WordPress.tv – check it out!
Back when I first started Agile/Scrum, we randomly picked names for our sprint that had little or no meaning/effect on anything beyond the name of our feature branches in git. It was fun for the entire 30 seconds it took to think of a name and add it to Jira. I like to have a … Read More
Often in the midst of a conversation about what I do for a living, I’ll catch myself interchanging the words “Agile” and “Scrum.” I’ve noticed this elsewhere in the Agile/PM community. If you google something similar to “what is the difference between Agile and Scrum” you’ll see plenty of people with a lack of understanding … Read More
My good buddy Kyle Maurer interviewed me on his YouTube channel WP Round Table! Learn more about me, what I do in my current position at A2 Hosting, and even see a surprise appearance by some of my fur babies.
My talk from WordCamp Omaha 2016 “I Can Haz More Performanz” made it up onto WordPress.tv – check it out!
The TIG stack is a modification of the TICK stack, which is a group of applications provided by InfluxData. It is comprised of applications that receive, store, visualize, and act on time-based data. We’ll only be using the “T” and “I” components of the TICK stack (Telegraf and InfluxDB) and we’ll be adding the “G” … Read More
In part II of the tutorial, we got our NodeMCU flashed, and optionally set up some sensors on another NodeMCU. In this tutorial, we’ll set up our MQTT and Node-Red servers, which will give us the ability to relay and take action on data that we receive.