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  • Supporting Mental Health in the Tech Workplace

    Mental health is heavily stigmatized in our society. People living with mental illness do not want to be treated differently; they may need help and accommodation in specific instances. Nara Kasbergen shares her volunteer work for Open Sourcing Mental Illness: a distributed, volunteer-based, non-profit organization that seeks to change the way we talk about mental health in the tech industry.

  • 2019 Scrum Master Trends Report Published

    The 2019 Scrum Master Trends Report has been published by Scrum.org and Age of Product. The report explores salary trends, agile adoption patterns, and gender equality within the Scrum master role, based on the responses from over 2100 participants across 13 countries.

  • Q&A on "The Complete Software Developer's Career Guide"

    The Complete Software Developer's Career Guide answers questions that new and experienced developers often have in advancing their careers. Topics covered vary from learning technical skills, getting a job, and dealing with managers, to doing side projects or starting your own company.

  • Q&A on The Manager‘s Path with Camille Fournier

    In the book The Manager’s Path, Camille Fournier explores managing engineers and what it takes to be a technical manager. She describes the different roles which form the path from mentors and tech leads to senior engineering management, discusses the challenges of technical leadership and provides advice on how to deal with them.

  • Q&A with John Sonmez on His Book on Soft Skills

    The book “Soft Skills - The software developer's life manual” addresses interesting topics for professional software developers. The book aims to help developers to become better programmers, more valuable employees, and happier and healthier people. An interview with John Sonmez on managing careers, remote working, mentoring, getting more work done, negotiating salaries and positive thinking.

  • An Agile Talent Development and Adaptive Career Framework

    As organizations adopt agile practices and techniques they often find that existing talent management approaches need to adapt to new ways of working. This article discusses the critical task of replacing dysfunctional performance management systems, antiquated job families and limiting career paths that undermine the effectiveness of our teams and compromise the health of our culture.

  • Book Review: Making it Big in Software

    The focus of this book by Sam Lightstone is helping you become a great software development professional. Career advancement is important, but secondary. Using a mix of interviews, commentary, and advice, this book exposes and explores the principles and values that support professionalism and even craftsmanship.

  • Finding an Agile Employer

    The rocky job market of the last couple years has left many people looking for work. Agile software development is appealing to many job seekers, but not all jobs are alike. If you want a job in Agile software development, using a framework like Scrum, you need a plan of action that spans all three phases of your job search: reseach/preparation, interviewing, and assessing your opportunities.

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