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I'll add "& discover your pains and do your first step"
@agilescout: @flowchainsensei I like it. You're exactly right.... which is why "culture" is such a complex system to understand and ascertain!
Lister: "As last talk, I already smell fried brains. So I'm just going to tell you some stories
Lister: "Showing video from Tom DeMarco, co-author of Peopleware"
Lister: "DeMarco: 'The problem of overbearing Process is now less of a problem than when we originally wrote the book. Congrats to all of you'"
Lister: "DeMarco: It feels better to build something great as part of a team vs. doing it yourself."
@aclairefication: Agile movement took aim at virulent and ruinous prescriptiveness. - virtual Tom DeMarco #Agile2013
@aclairefication: Partnership paradox: feels better to make things together than to have done it all yourself. - virtual Tom DeMarco #Agile2013
AGH! A GIANT LOBSTER!!!! RUN!!!!
Lister: "I'm 63 years old, been in this business for 25 years"
@vinayakj: Keynote by @timlister at #agile2013 if you don't get innate pleasure from writing code - it's time to move on
@scottwambler: If it isn't fun anymore it's time to move on otherwise you'll be one unhappy person. @TimLister101 at #Agile2013
@SMRobson: #agile2013 Tim Lister try to remember when you loved your job and did it for fun...what a great way to think!
@RealGeneKim: 1968: Lister: the CPU is the big suitcase. Wow. #agile2013 http://t.co/TA5FFgqrJd
@agiledawg: Tim Lister: "If you don't get innate pleasure from writing code, it's time to move on"
@ReleaseTEAMInc: RT @jcalabrese: OH "you killed that man with a kanban trident" #agile2013 #anchorman
@aclairefication: My first genius mentor - Tim Lister (first? Alrighty then) #Agile2013 http://t.co/JAtRp6XTza
@TheCharlesCain: RT @gerrykirk: Endorsed by agilists @mkilby @Bendre @toddcharron: Stop Doing Busywork, Start Doing Best Work. 90% off 4 #agile2013 http://t…
@jeantabaka: RT @PrettyAgile: .@jeantabaka's reading list for Enterprise Agility and flow of value #agile2013 http://t.co/O3o1Xzkb06
Lister: "For forty years, software making has been in a state of continual renessaince"
@SMRobson: #agile2013 Tim Lister "it is very rewarding to be around people who are way ahead of you" and I can ask all the dumb questions :) love it!
Lister: "When my 29 yo boss' boss' boss left, it changed my life; I learned what it felt like when ur manager doesnt trust you
Lister: "Working for a bad manager who micromanaged started my workin project management & dynamics
@aremsan: When a good person is around they are nearly invisible. But when they leave- boy, is it visible!
@ojuncu: RT @JeffreyGoodReq: Tim Lister "It's good to spend time thinking about what you do, not just doing" #Agile2013
Lister: "No one lets me forget that one of my new employees quit after 3 hours" (haha)
Lister: "Quoting someone: 'I just know I'm a better manager when Joe DiMaggio is in center field"
Lister is proving that you're only as smart as the top 5 people you hang out with. An important lesson.https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BRGJDK9CEAAHRBL.jpg
@theagilist: Casey Stengel, "I just know I'm a better mgr w Joe Dimaggio in center field." @TimLister101 on the importance of teams. #Agile2013
@HalaSaleh1: For real, you guys are amazing. Even though I left #Agile2013 this afternoon, I feel like I'm right there just reading your tweets!
@aclairefication: I'm just a pain in the ass in the back of [Ed Yiurdon's] class - Tim Lister #Agile2013 (totally reminds me of my favorite DMath gal) <3
@magia3e: RT @PrettyAgile: In value stream flow we watch: customer, cadence, capacity, clogs, cost, collaboration @jeantabaka
Interestingly, here's @adrianco's proof point: him + other 50 Sun Distinguished Engrs from 2000. #devopshttps://pbs.twimg.com/media/BRGJ-HFCAAAamFJ.jpg
@aclairefication: You ever seen someone's code where it's the midday beautiful thing you've ever seen? - Tim Lister on paired programming early 70s #Agile2013
@PrettyAgile: Tim Lister credits @JerryWeinberg with being the first person to realise programmers were human!
Lister: "Henry Mills did work that NASA estimated at 30 man-years in merely 10 months; how? didn't make mistakes"
(@adrianco on "how do u become a Sun DE?" Ask 'how many DEs do u know? how many know u? how many ask u for help?" #devops
@drm3107: RT @scottwambler: Putting together a team may be the most important work for many projects. Tim Lister at #Agile2013
@aclairefication: RT @SMRobson: #agile2013 Tim Lister "my LinkedIn title is "stable boy" because I shovel the s%#^ for my team" loving the frankness and lear…
@scottwambler: How much better would the IT industry be if we were all familiar with the people Tim Lister talks about? #Agile2013
Lister: "When I learned phase gates was a lie; proof was 'testing' gate, whose only role is to send you back to prev phases
@aclairefication: I'll come back in 40 hours and you give me what you got. Why don't we always run our projects like this? - Tim Lister
@SMRobson: RT @aclairefication: Tim Lister recounts a story of intellectual conversations going until 2 am #Agile2013 (i know trading off sleep for id…
@ReleaseTEAMInc: RT @aclairefication: He had no filter between idea and mouth. - Tim Lister
@SMRobson: #agile2013 Tim Lister "life is not always in chronological order" +++ could not agree more!
Lister: "Lessons from doing arbitration work: projects never fail at the last minute; it festered fro the beginning"
@PrettyAgile: Tim Lister - phases never made much sense to me, the testing phase just seems to be there to throw you back into previous phases
@astridclaessen: "You must choose one or the other, you can't cut the baby in half" - Tim Lister on Arbitration
@SMRobson: #agile2013 Tim Lister "things go south soon on projects, not at the end. It's usually festering from the beginning" soooo true!
@edwindando: Great so see Boehm's spiral model at #agile2013. It was this model that planted seeds of agile in my mind in '97!!
@aclairefication: Legal cases are a pox in both their houses. Goes downhill fast. Takes 2, always emotional, magic finger. - Tim Lister arbitrator #Agile2013
@absoludicrous: At Keynote Tim lister shows boehm's spiral dev model. I remember when @xsgreene drew that for my benefit around a decade ago. #Agile2013
@jeffpatton: Testing is there to send you back into previous phases that you thought we're closed. via Tim Lister
@aremsan: I am totally going to use the magic finger.
@SMRobson: #agile2013 Tim Lister shares the power of the magic finger. It means "I know, I've noticed and I will remember". Takes the pressure off
Lister: "Telling story of death march project gallows humor. 'they want us to be done in December. which December?" (haha)@galbraithsimon: The power of the Magic Finger! Tim Lister's insight on preventing interruption at #Agile2013.