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C is for Cognitive Illusion
— My assumption going into this, sixth iteration, of the iPhone was that we would see the expansion of the iPhone into two distinctly positioned products: a low-end C and a high-end S. The assumption was based on what what we saw with the iPad: the regular iPad and the mini iPad.
Who's buying whom?
— When a prosperous company buys a struggling company you have to wonder what they're really buying. — Here's how to think about it. A company is defined as the sum of three values: resources, processes and priorities (RPP). Everything of value can be classified into these three categories.
Who's who in agile teams? — As I was learning scrum one of the questions that kept coming to mind was, “how do development managers and scrum masters share responsibilities in the team?” In this post I'll explore the answer to this question.