I recently spent a week of working vacation in California. Here are a few tips I will focus on while working remotely in the future.
I'll share a story about my co-workers' chicken nugget experiment and how that relates to our company culture's emphasis on co-location.
I recently hosted an in-person workshop, and it kicked my butt! Here are my tips for those transitioning from virtual meetings back to in-person workshops.
Welcome back to Agile Practices for Normal Life. Today, we’re going to get a little meta and talk about doing a sprint retrospective of this experiment.
Many organizations in the software world are moving to asynchronous standups. Here's why that's a bad idea, and why synchronous standups are essential.
I have high-frequency hearing loss that makes the world sound muffled. But, I've found that AirPods have been a helpful tool.
For anyone who's new to giving a virtual demo or who feels they could use a few tips, here are five easy-to-follow steps for demo preparation.
What makes a good job? For me, it means working for a company that you like enough that you feel invested in that company succeeding.
Negative self-talk tricks us into thinking we are bad or that a setback is permanent. Instead, focus on acceptance, gratitude, and hope for the future.
As we all consider what work will look like after the covid-19 pandemic, we mustn’t lose sight of the essential component: flexibility.
A combination of these three practices has reduced a feeling of isolation and greatly improved my personal experience with remote team communication.
Working from home when you live with roommates brings another meaning to the phrase "open office." Here are some things I learned after figuring it out.