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Philippe Starck launches MASS cycling collection at Eurobike

French designer Philippe Starck has unveiled four electric bicycles and a collection of matching cycling accessories at the Eurobike event in Germany today, including a bike with a furry coat (+ slideshow).

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French designer Philippe Starck has unveiled four electric bicycles and a collection of matching cycling accessories at the Eurobike event in Germany today, including a bike with a furry coat (+ slideshow).

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During retrospection, when evaluating the quality and value of our artifacts for Epic, Feature and Story decomposition a common theme for our scrum teams is that these artifacts are by design barely sufficient and as such are ephemeral and provide no enduring value.

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Why Iterative Planning?

First, I would like to credit Eric Ries in his 2010 Web 2.0 speech for giving me the idea for these awesome graphics. If you have never seen the speech then I highly recommend the version found on YouTube.

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Agile for Project Managers

Did you know that according to job board indeed.com, openings for project managers (PMs) with Agile experience have grown more than 2,500% since 2005?

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Value Management: Building the Right Thing

In our pursuit of portfolio-level agility, and with capacity management well-covered in our capacity planning blog series, it’s time to start talking about value management. More and more companies realize that focusing on cost savings alone is no longer good enough in today’s fast-paced world.

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How The Zebra Got Its Stripes, With Alan Turing

Where do a zebra’s stripes, a leopard’s spots and our fingers come from? The key was found years ago – by the man who cracked the Enigma code.

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When I wrote Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture, I coined what I called the First Law of Distributed Object Design: “don’t distribute your objects”.

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Microservices and the First Law of Distributed Objects

When I wrote Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture, I coined what I called the First Law of Distributed Object Design: “don’t distribute your objects”.

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Werner Herzog on Creativity, Self-Reliance, Making a Living of What You Love, and How to Turn Your Ideas Into Reality

Werner Herzog is celebrated as one of the most influential and innovative filmmakers of our time, but his ascent to acclaim was far from a straight trajectory from privilege to power.

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Werner Herzog is celebrated as one of the most influential and innovative filmmakers of our time, but his ascent to acclaim was far from a straight trajectory from privilege to power.

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Oregon Manifest 2014 : MNML on Collaborating with Method Bicycle and Navigating Chicago On Your Own Terms

This weekend saw the unveiling of the collaborative bicycle designs that are going head to head in the third edition of the Oregon Manifest, in which five teams in as many cities set out to create and craft the best urban utility bike.

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How to Price Your Freelance Projects

There’s no standard rate for Graphic Design, and understandably – this makes pricing a bit of a thorny subject in the industry.  With each project being unique it’s quite difficult to publish rates at all. I’ve never billed the same amount for two different projects.

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Me da risa este bob toronja xD

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