It’s interesting that when our understanding matures, things people said to you years earlier have more meaning and depth. The title of this blog was something David Anderson said during his Agile and Beyond 2012 keynote. Of all the interesting things I heard at that conference, that phrase has stuck with me ever since. Stop doing Agile, Start Thinking Agility The reason I have been thinking about this as of late is because of a user group talk I plan on attending in a couple days. The topic is about Agile and more particularly, Scrum. What I find really interesting as of over… Read More »Stop doing Agile, Start Thinking Agility
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LeanKit and Visual Studio Online are both two great tools. Why not use them both? Here is a guide to integrate LeanKit and Visual Studio Online. Although Visual Studio Online (and Team Foundation Server) provide a task board to visualize work items and flow, I prefer to use the fully customized Kanban board by LeanKit. Thankfully, I found out that LeanKit has created an Integration Service, which is available on GitHub. My goal is to manage all work items within LeanKit, however I want to be able to associate Visual Studio Online Work Items to changesets (during checking) within Visual Studio. (LeanKit/VSO ChangeLog how-to coming soon!) Overall… Read More »Integrate LeanKit and Visual Studio Online