MattiSG

France

mattischneider.fr

Age: 24

Eclectic engineer. Building software, studying humans, designing interactions, thinking society.

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comment Keynote - Print Slide with Notes
The XSLT stylesheet is not available on the linked website anymore, as the domain is now vacant. I was able to retrieve it from the Internet Archive, though :) -> web.archive.org/web*/humbledown.org/files/keynote-speakers-notes-xhtml.xslt
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awarded Famous Question
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awarded Curious
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answered Why use hybrid Scrum and XP?
Jun
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comment Why use hybrid Scrum and XP?
@CarlBlance Indeed, opinion-based questions are usually a bad idea on StackExchange. You can see a more precise definition of what is on and off-topic here :) However, I am pretty sure you can phrase your question in such a way that it is more on-topic. Something like “Should I mix Scrum with XP? I have observed many teams use a hybrid of Scrum and XP methodologies [add some details on implementation]. However, I am afraid it would lead to [your doubts]. What is the rationale for mixing the two?” ← will have much clearer possible answers.
Jun
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awarded Informed
Jun
25
comment Do user stories which start with "As a product owner I want ..." make sense?
Hi Carl! Thanks for taking the time to write this answer :) This is a list of examples, but does not answer the question. Could you perhaps consider making your point more explicitly before listing examples?
Jun
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awarded Notable Question
Jun
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awarded Nice Question
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awarded Yearling
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awarded Autobiographer
Mar
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comment How do I reset the scrollback in the terminal via a shell command?
@ZevEisenberg Well, I confirm copy-pasting and executing the osascript line works fine under OS X 10.6.8 and 10.9.2, with the built-in Terminal and bash 4.2. Could you please give more information for reproducing?
Mar
10
comment How do I reset the scrollback in the terminal via a shell command?
@ZevEisenberg Are you sure you did alias clear in the same session as calling it? Otherwise, if you invoke clear later on, you will call the builtin clear. You can check that by typing alias clear. If it tells you alias: clear: not found, then you were calling the builtin :)
Feb
13
comment Git and the Umlaut problem on Mac OS X
Unfortunately didn't work under OS X 10.9.1 and Git 1.8.5.2.
Feb
7
revised Homebrew install specific version of formula?
Make usage clearer for people not used to CLI, based on an email
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awarded Yearling
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awarded Good Question
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awarded Yearling
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awarded Yearling
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