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Category Archives: interview
Jurgen interviewed me via email, 5 Easy Questions for Johanna Rothman. The questions were not easy!
Michael Hunter, the Braidy Tester, and one of the smartest testers I know, interviewed me on his DDJ blog. To be honest, I emailed him and asked if he’d like to interview me :-) I had things to say about … Continue reading
Deb Hartmann interviewed me (video and audio!) at Agile 2007. We mostly talked about schedule games from Manage It. (We briefly discussed Behind Closed Doors: Secrets of Great Management and Hiring the Best Knowedge Workers, Techies & Nerds.) For those … Continue reading
David Daly interviewed me, PM Interviews: Johanna Rothman by email. I answered in American spelling and he translated into UK/English spelling :-)
Clarke Ching interviewed me by email. Here’s the link to the first question: Q1. There are a total of 7 questions.
Bob Payne interviewed me in this podcast at Agile 2007. We mostly talked about project management, some specifics from Manage It!, and also talked about hiring for an agile team.
This is way cool: Roy‘s interview with me, “Hiring Techies and Nerds” is O’Reilly’s Pick of the Week. The first part of the interview is about hiring issues. But the last 20 minutes or so is about management and … Continue reading