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Added some ads..

I've just added some ads to this blog as well as my homepage. This is more out of curiosity than it is for making money, but maybe it'll be enough to pay for the domain ;)

I'll keep them for a few weeks, and then take them away if there are any complaints. Please give me a tweet or a comment if you think they have a detrimental effect on the content.

AgileCoachCamp: Germany

In a few weeks I'm driving down to the AgileCoachCamp: Germany (#accde11). It's taking place in a place called Johannesberg, near Frankfurt am Main, from 17th till 19th of June.

I'm not sure what to expect, but I'm sure there'll be a lot of eye openers on how to help agile adoption.

My personal pain-point is how to avoid agile saturation, meaning where an organization comes to the point where they have "enough agile", or too many non-movable obstacles are in the way of further change.

I'm really looking forward to finally interact in-person with other people on the German agile scene, as well as some from other countries. It's been a while since my last agile gathering/conference (apart from the Bonn XP meetups), so this will be a blast!

Git-SVN at GearConf 2011

It's that time of the year again! Well, actually last year GearConf took place in October, and this year it's June 9-10th. Well, anyhow.

Again I've gathered up some premium octane Git-SVN knowledge, a bit like the stuff I did at the RuhrJUG in Essen, but this time I have to fit it into a slot smaller than one hour. At least I hope to fit in the interaction with Jenkins and GitHub this time, and do a bit less of the git-svn basics.

So, if you live around the Ruhr area, in NRW, or otherwise nearby, get your GearConf ticket now!