These are the best podcasts/talks I've seen/listened to recently:
- Meals Per Hour [Lean] [Duration: 0:06:00] (⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐) Short example showing how powerful the TPS/Lean ideas are. Kaizen, Flow, remove muda, etc.
- Slash Load: More Change, More Productivity (GeePaw Hill) [Inspirational] [Duration: 0:05:00] Inspiring short article on how the load affects us.
- Why Pull Requests Are A BAD IDEA (Dave Farley) [Continuous Delivery, Technical Practices, Trunk Based Development, XP] [Duration: 0:19:00] A great explanation of why working with PR can be a great idea for asynchronous and distributed teams working on open source, but a problem for product development teams. Related: Code reviews (Synchronous and Asynchronous)
- Agile Book Club: Refactoring (with Martin Fowler) (James Shore, Martin Fowler) [Refactoring, Technical Practices, XP] [Duration: 0:42:00] Quite a few interesting points in the conversation about refactoring, what it consists of, and how it can be applied.
- Agile Book Club: Continuous Deployment (with Kelsey Hightower) (James Shore, Kelsey Hightower) [Continuous Delivery, Devops, Inspirational, Operations] [Duration: 0:38:00] James and Kelsey discuss Continuous Delivery and deployment in this interesting conversation.
- Agile Book Club - DevOps (with Jessica Kerr)-DAayRED0B7g (James Shore, Jessica Kerr) [Devops, Inspirational, Observability, Technical leadership] [Duration: 0:41:00] DevOps, observability, and team organization were discussed in this interesting conversation between James, Jessica, and others.