Category Archives: feedback

Thoughtworks Twist as a reporting tool – feedback loops part 1

A short while back I blogged on my thoughts-from-the-front-line-with-thoughtworks-twist and mentioned in it that it provided a pretty good reporting tool in its own way. Well we managed to put it to good use. Ok, we hacked it a bit, … Continue reading

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The power of the phone camera

The power of the phone camera Whats the quickest way of recording data? Write it down? Take a recording? A printout of a whiteboard? (We’ve all seen those, and if you haven’t they look poor at best). This is where … Continue reading

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Lots of literature on the Internet about cappuccino.  When I say cappuccino I am not talking about that powered frothy stuff that you get out of a packet that puts a bubbly colloid on the top of some boiled water … Continue reading

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