Monthly Archives: May 2009

Working with User Stories: The Missing Parts

Not long ago, someone emailed me asking me to write about working with user stories. I have a few thoughts about working with user stories. I thought I would write about what I call the “missing parts problem” this time. … Continue reading

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It is complicated

I recently finished reading the novel, Complications, A Surgeon’s Notes on an Imperfect Science. It was one of those books that I sometimes had a hard time staying physically seated to read because I had such strong reactions to what … Continue reading

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brain games

I finally had a chance to visit a store in Chicago, called Marbles, The Brain Store. They sell games designed to strengthen the brain. Their website and newsletters include other info centered around the brain – and not everything is … Continue reading

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