Author: Jeremy Naus

6 November 2018 / Agile & Scrum
Extending Definition of Done & GitOps at De Persgroep

The past two years I was active (via Co-Learning of course ) as Scrum Master for De Persgroep. My primary team was D.I. JOE, who's main goal was to build a datalake as part of the move to the cloud, using the AWS platform. One of my first tasks with D.I. JOE was to help the team in creating a Definition of Done. For a long time "done" meant for...

28 December 2016 / Agile & Scrum
The benefit of a ‘virtual window’

It's 9 o'clock on a Saturday morning. I start my computer and launch the Skype app. I create a video call with two of my buddies and then get breakfast. Suddenly I hear: "Hey Jeremy, you there?". I pause my breakfast, go to my computer and I see Kevin, I wave to him and say "yeah, I'm just finishing breakfast, I'll be there in a...

15 January 2016 / Agile & Scrum
Being agile in my free time

One of my biggest hobbies is participating in Live Action Roleplay events, larp in short. For years I've also been organising such events for a couple of non-profit organisations. Last year I finally took the plunge and used some agile techniques for running of the event. It should not really have surprised me that this was successfull, but still it did. Most of the time we...