I originally put up a quick video review on the day I brought the bike home from the bike shop and it follows. However, now that I’ve put up some mileage (~750km) I thought it was time to get into a bit more detail. The bike comes in at ~€1,379;
I posted this on Twitter but I also wanted to add it here because it’s important and there seem to be an awful lot of product people who don’t understand the concept of MVP: 10 Ways To Test If Your MVP Is Actually Viable – ReadWrite Throwing together a minimum
I’ve moved from having a full XBMC Kodi install on my Raspberry Pi to just Raspbian with tvheadend as all I want is to capture content for consumption elsewhere e.g. RTÉ Pulse shows. Recently, I had the bright idea of moving to Jessie and in the process discovered that all
We’re back to using Slack for product development communication again, so I’ve been keen to tie in the documentation updates I do via Dexy & Asciidoctor to Slack. What I wanted was to notify the channels setup per product of a new version of the specification along with the URL
In the post Dexy & Asciidoc(tor): A Business Analyst’s documentation tool to look at I went through how I’m using the two tools at the moment. I promised to provide an example within a few days but this has turned into a month now. Anyway, attached this post are the
Like many a BA, I get cranky with Microsoft Word as a tool for writing requirements specification documents. ‘Track Changes’ functionality isn’t version control and very quickly becomes unwieldy. I also find that document formatting behaves inconsistently when you get into different sets of section formatting, even when you try
I meant to post this awhile back. At SkillPages we used to have a weekly [email protected] where one of the team played 5 tracks at 5pm on a Friday evening. I chose EDM as the theme of my selection and had a struggle to pick 5 that I think are classics.