The first day of full MVP sessions has wrapped up and now I have the chance to look back on today and think about “what did I learn?”
I’ll tell you what I learned: I like Apple Pie moonshine, I suck at multiple choice, and I don’t get the chance to really talk to my good colleague Nick often enough.
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It’s Monday and I’m in New Orleans. Wait. I should phrase that differently.
I’M IN NEW ORLEANS!
The Sitecore MVP registration and reception happened this evening. The real fun is chatting with MVPs from all over the world. I had a great talk with Robert Hock by the pool, and met new faces like Jeff Wang from Australia. I hope to get a chance to chat with more folks over the next few days.
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A long time ago, in a blog post far, far away, I explored the use of Trello’s agile task tracking toolset to create a Scrum board for developer implementation. This has worked well for me over the years, especially when a project needs a little more structure than Kanban sometimes allows me. Recently, the post (and board) were featured on Trello’s Inspiration site, and that prodded me to do some investigation. Would I get anything out of Trello Gold that could help with the Scrum board process?
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