How to Improve End User Relationships By Learning From Others’ Mistakes

Introduction Welcome back everyone!  I hope you all enjoyed the Thanksgiving holiday (I know I did).  As some of you may know, Blizzconn (a convention for Blizzard’s video games) took place a few weeks ago, and  I was hoping to hear news about a Diablo 2 Remaster. For those of you who have no idea […]

It’s Scrumbelievable: Learning to be a SCRUM Master by Doing

  When I was in high school, I remember seeing a poster saying, “Math is not a spectator sport”. The obvious meaning behind it is that you do not learn mathematics simply by listening to theory, but instead by applying the concepts you have learned to solve problems. Simply put, you learn by doing. The same principle can […]