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How Mark Vinkovits created the Privacy extension to the Elevation of Privilege game? [Transcript part 3]

Here is the final part of the transcript from Adam Shostack's and Mark Vinkovits' session at the AppSec California 2019 conference. This part of th...

Physical tools for remote BETter Retrospectives - Online Event By Laurence Wood

The lockdown in progress in most western nations means massive numbers of people - and the clear majority of the software industry - are working fr...

'The Retrospective Lexicon' in lockdown, with Paul Goddard

Last week Paul K Goddard of Agilify met with us and members of our Agile Games Workshop Meet-up via BlueJeans. Paul explained how his Retrospective...

Our Responses to the COVID-19 Impact

We are living through extraordinary times. Public concerns over Coronavirus have resulted in an unprecedented request for the people to stay at hom...

"It takes time to establish safety and expose emotions within a team", Paul Goddard on retrospectives

Paul Goddard will speaking at our Agile Games Workshop via live video link on 26th March. I had some questions for him to understand his reasons fo...

How to play the Elevation of Privilege threat modeling card game? [transcript part 2]

In the second part of our transcript, Mark and Adam demonstrate how to play the game with worked examples. We loved how this part of their talk dre...

World Retrospective Day: Paul Goddard's Retrospective Lexicon

Event date: 26th March 2020 Video Conference Session will start at 5:30pm and finish at 6:30pm Book your place   About the session: Retrospectiv...

How a speaker can work a crowd and energise their conference session

Anyone has who has been to more than one conference, or spoken at one, will remember some of the more awkward moments. These are especially awkward...

About Manuel Pais

Manuel Pais is a DevOps and Delivery Coach and Consultant, focused on teams and flow first. He helps organizations adopt test automation and contin...

About Matthew Skelton

Matthew Skelton is the co-author of Team Topologies: Organizing Business and Technology Teams for Fast Flow (IT Revolution, 2019). He has been buil...

Why we wrote the Team Topologies book - By Matthew Skelton

The book Team Topologies has been 5 or 6 years in the making. How did we (Manuel and I) come to write to book and why? Back in 2013 I wrote a blo...

Agile 101 game does what it says on the tin

Our latest Meetup at PwC's London offices featured Emma Hopkinson-Spark's Agile 101 game. Emma is co-founder of 101 Ways, a 100 strong consultancy ...