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Trying out Kanban at Comcast
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| by Trevor Lalish-Menagh Follow 0 Followers on Jul 30, 2013 |

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Trevor Lalish-Menagh shares his experience introducing Kanban, what has worked and what hasn’t.

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Trevor Lalish-Menagh is a senior web developer at Comcast Interactive Media where he spearheaded the front-end unit testing initiative, and co-created EnvJasmine. He has been involved in organizing Philly.rb, Philly Lambda, Functional Fall, A.I. Winter, and Philly ETE. He has spoken at Philly ETE, CULTUREcon, FOSSCON, JS.everywhere(), Philly BarCamp, Ruby DCamp, and JSConf.

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