In this post, I share my experience with Culture Amp’s Skills Coach courses on Feedback, which are aimed at helping improve communication and leadership skills. These courses can help to better demonstrate people skills of communication and leadership. I discuss the concept of feedback, what it is and what it isn’t, how to give and receive feedback, and the importance of asking for permission to give feedback.
A little over two years ago, I stumbled over a blog post that I resonated quite well with. It’s called Go see. Stop and fix it., and it’s by Leon Tranter, a certified Professional Scrum Master from Sydney, blogging about all things Agile. The blog post covers two concepts of Lean Software Development, which is […]
Early December, last year, I came across a tweet announcing a free online course on Web Accessibility. I signed up for the course, and I completed it about a week ago. Contents The course is structured into five different modules: One important thing to note: the course is not designed for technical people only. While […]
Quite often, when I read through posts on various external but also company-internal blogs that I subscribed to, I stumble over this or that abbreviation or acronym, or sometimes a word that I simply don’t get in the current context. “The best thing to do here is to use a HOC.” — House of Cards? […]
This is a follow-up post on my 2017 idea to leave 24 comments in Advent, for Advent calendars or just any post. For 2018, I overhauled the idea bit.
Recap post about my second WordCamp Europe, this time in Belgrade, Serbia, where I hosted a three-hours workshop on unit testing.
This is my recap post about the very first WordCamp Retreat. It took place in Soltau, Germany, and was a fantastic debut event of a series with hopefully lots of successor events.
This is my recap post for WordCamp London 2018. It was my thirteenth WordCamp, the tenth time speaking, and the second time leading a contributor day table.
In this post, I briefly review the new Gutenberg Development course by Zac Gordon. Hint: It is awesome, and you should sign up for it right away.
I’m super excited to be hosting a workshop on unit testing at WordCamp Europe 2018. If you want to know why that is, you might want to read this post.