Today I embark upon a brand new journey in my career. Excitement. Trepidation. Giddiness? Perhaps! Part of me is sad to leave my Nonlinear family behind, but I am so very excited about the opportunity to join Sitecore as a Technical Evangelist starting today.
That’s right, no more MVP for me! As a wise man once said: “I’ll lose my Sitecore MVP status in the best way possible”. I hope to see many of you again soon, and I will continue helping out in the community as I always have. If you’re at an upcoming Sitecore event, find me and let’s talk!
To sum up my current emotions:
You probably read the title and said to yourself: “Epic: you keep using that word, but I don’t think it means what you thinks it means”.
It is true. The fixed-price agile backlog exists.
Now, if you are lucky enough to have never faced such a beast, then I bow to you and wish upon you continued good fortune. However, many of us have lived Agile in the Iron Triangle. Many of us have walked away as shattered and broken shadows of our former selves. We have lived, lost, learned, and ranted to whomever would listen.
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