Conferences, Kanban, Uncategorized

Kanban Leadership Retreat 2012

This year’s Kanban Leadership Retreat, #klrat, was an inspiring event with lots of great food and drinks in warm and beautiful Mayrhofen, Austria. Long breaks, fantastic people, great conversations and an exciting un-conference program created a perfect arena for learning. As last year, it was arranged and organized by David J. Anderson & Associates. Thanks for putting this excellent event together!

Amongst the many interesting topics were:

Kanban Katas, Visualization, Systemic Flow, Lean Startup, Portfolio Kanban, Change and Crossing the Chasm.

I will elaborate on some of these in what follows….

Continue reading

embedded devices

Android development

This Monday, I attended a talk by Dan Morill (Google) about Android development at the Colorado Software Summit. Having no previous experience with this, Embedded device development is miles away from what I normally work with, I was hoping to learn something new. Indeed I did. The first half of the presentation was devoted to giving an introduction to the architecture of Android, which at least gave me a good introduction to the Android architecture and the SDK
Continue reading

Conferences, java

JavaZone 2008

Last week I attended the 7th edition of JavaZone, hosted in Oslo Spektrum. After a very good conference in 2006, I felt that the 2007 edition was a bit of a disappointment. That said, I was never in doubt that I wanted to attend this years conference and the agenda showed some great promise. The only problem seemed to be that some of the talks I wanted to see were colliding, well it could be worse…. The initial promise wasn’t just a promise, almost all the announced speakers turned up (apart from a few that apparently got ill), and better yet; a lot of the talks were of really high quality.
Continue reading