Zsolt

Hungary

zsoltfabok.com

Age: 33

I’m a Kanban and Agile enthusiast, and as such, I’m doing my best to help my fellow colleagues to be better at their profession. It is also important to me to give ideas back to the community and exchange practical things with others, so I started the Budapest Lean and Kanban Meetup group, where organise events and keep presentations and workshops.

Professional career and more details on my website.

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comment Is it OK for the scrum master to be remote?
these answers might be useful to you: pm.stackexchange.com/questions/4310/… , pm.stackexchange.com/questions/12343/…
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reviewed Leave Open Seeking professional advice on choosing/evaluating of an IT-contractor
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reviewed Close In Jira where to login hours for tasks that is not part of sprint
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awarded Custodian
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reviewed Close What is the way to go to create tasks?
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reviewed Close Documents to create prior to Kick-off Meeting
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reviewed Close how do you deal with a team member who isn't sharing information and disturbing a lot with several questions
Dec
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comment 1 team practicing kanban with multiple projects
Look, scrum is a software development process, Kanban is a management method. The reason why they can work together is that Kanban needs an underlying process. Therefore, you cannot compare two components that have dependencies (and you don't have to compare them, really). Moreover, the scrum board has nothing to do with the Kanban board. Finally, the author has no Kanban experience, therefore it is hard to take her article as it is.
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answered 1 team practicing kanban with multiple projects
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answered How do we deal with bugs in scrum environment
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answered When should I start planning for the next version?
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awarded Enlightened
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awarded Nice Answer
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awarded Explainer
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awarded Popular Question
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awarded Nice Answer
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awarded Nice Question
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accepted Is it possible to inject an object with scala-guice?
Jul
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comment Is it possible to inject an object with scala-guice?
@VladimirMatveev the Source.type was just a trial because nothing else worked and I saw in other question that this might work. And I think injection is not pointless because in my class I would like to have control over the Source so that it won't do anything on the filesystem during test.
Jul
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comment Is it possible to inject an object with scala-guice?
@Jatin I tried everything - no bind, bind to itself, bind to .type and nothing worked.
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