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BYOD is not a new phenomenon as many companies are moving towards this practice but is a newer trend in the airline industry.

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Recently, I got the opportunity to attend the Wearables DevCon conference in Burlingame presented by the folks at BZ Media.

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A look at the trending posts this month on Agile Connection. Catch up on the posts and Q&A you may have missed.

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I can see what a minimum viable product is for my clients. I have a much more difficult time for myself. I bet you're not surprised.

I have several books in process. I write small chunks in their entirety, so I don't have pieces hanging around. Then I make sure the book builds. (I'm writing on leanpub, so I can self-publish my books when and how I want to.) Then, when I'm ready to publish, I can.

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A look at what's new in Agile this week.

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A look at some of the stories, discussions around Agile on the web and Agile Connection.

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I've been reviewing session proposals for Agile 2014. I'm a reviewer for two tracks: Culture, Collaboration and Teams, and the Project, Program and Portfolio tracks. I knew the work would be challenging, especially as we got to the end of the submission deadline. But sometimes, the reading is the challenging part.

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A look back at the top stories on Agile Connection this year.

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It's snowing. It's December, and I live in New England, so all is right with the world, right?

Well, there is one little problem. It's December, and "everyone" has forgotten how to drive in the snow.

Every year, we go through this. People forget that we have snow. It seems to come as a big surprise. "Oh, it's New England! We have snow! I'd better slow way down. Snow tires? What are those?"

I'm being sarcastic, as I hope you can tell. But, in my family, we have seasonal adaptations. Because, we know it snows in winter.

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When I tell people my stories are very small, on the order of 20-30 minutes, they are quite surprised. "How do you see progress?" they often ask, if they are new to agile.

"Very quickly," i reply.

If you are new to agile, it seems counter-intuitive. How can a 20 or 30-minute story provide you faster progress? Here's how it works for me.

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