Month: May 2019

10 lazy responses to SAFe-bashing | LinkedIn

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Source: 10 lazy responses to SAFe-bashing | LinkedIn

When Great Leaders Exit – YouTube

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10-Minute I/O – Test Validity – YouTube

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10-minute I/O – Test Reliability – YouTube

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Huawei tossed from SD Association, Wi-Fi Alliance, RAM spec group

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Compounding Huawei’s woes, the Chinese company has been removed not just from the Wi-Fi Alliance, and RAM spec controller JEDEC, but also from the SD Association, preventing it from offering official SD/microSD support in future devices.

Source: Huawei tossed from SD Association, Wi-Fi Alliance, RAM spec group

Representing the Customer – Scaling Frameworks

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Someone who claims expertise in and loves to play the agile game of thrones recently posted an article on Forbes.com about the Scaled Agile Framework for Lean Enterprises (SAFe). Of particular interest the author took the time to denigrate the SAFe by knocking it for not having a focus on the customer. In fact, the author, Denning, specifically states that he is worried because, “the customer is almost absent.” Denning even went through the effort to point out that the SAFe “only” has the customer represented by this little icon in the Large Solution space.

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