There are lots of podcasts about Agile out there and each of them has something valuable to offer to the community. But a few weeks ago, a new kind of Agile podcast launched. John Le Drew is the creator of “The Agile Path”, a long form NPR style podcast… (think Serial for Agile). In this interview, John shares the story of how he ended up working on the podcast, what it was like creating it, some of his current projects as well as details about the process he follows in creating the podcasts and his favorite gear.
If you are interested in podcasting, block out some time for this one, there is a lot of valuable stuff in here.
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Agile 2014 is under way and we'll be posting interviews throughout the week. This one is with Johanna Rothman and Jutta Eckstein who are co-presenting a session called Diving for Hidden Treasures: Finding the Real Value in Your Project Portfolio.
In the interview Jutta and Johanna talk about their session together, their new book "Diving for Hidden Treasures" and the sessions they are leading individually as well.
I had the chance to interview Mke Vizdos for a podcast recently. You can find it here.
Even if you aren't familiar with Mike, there is still a good chance you are familiar with his work. Here is a list of some of the things he's been up to recently...
Mike Vizdos is ____(please select from below)____________
X A Father of two great kids and Husband of an incredible wife
X An Agile thought leader / author who has been talking about enterprise level Agile adoption since before it even occurred to most of us
X All about Implementing Scrum
X One of three guys in a shop working with Lean Startup
X Co-founder and Community Builder of Gangplank RVA
X Podcaster (will link to)
X Founder of Real Scrum Jobs (will link to)
X A really nice guy
X Way busier than you…
X A walking example of how following your passion around certain areas of focus can help you establish an agile work life that is creative, experimental, invigorating, and of course, full of failure in the best possible way.
X Is working on applying what he learns daily using “this” cartoon as a reminder: