A cannonball is launched at an angle
of repose across a bee-loud
glade with a force of will and mass
of saints. When it arrives,
what will Newton be feeling?
Hint: be sure to express your answer in pounds per square inch and/or iambic pentameter. One point extra credit for rhyming couplets.
* Sorry, Merlin.
Part two of this series deals with some of the corollaries between Extreme Programming and GTD® and is aimed as much at those who manage programmers as those who actually write the code. Again, it is available on The David Allen Company website and 43Folders.
Part one of a two-part series on best practices for applying GTD® to software development is now available on both The David Allen Company web site and 43 Folders. I lay out software development and teamwork best practices we lived and breathed building GTD Connect. Hopefully a lot of the concepts extend beyond software development, into how to apply GTD to other long-range group projects. Part two is due out tomorrow. Enjoy!
Just a quick note to say that David Allen Company has kicked off a public podcast feed. The first podcast is a great interview between Merlin and David all about procrastination. Why not put off what you’re doing and listen now?
I recently had the pleasure to sit down with David Allen, Merlin Mann, and Eric Mack in the studio to record a panel discussion on technology and productivity. If you’re signed up to GTD® Connect, you can hear the complete discussion wherein we touch on a very wide range of topics sure to delight GTD fans and geeks alike.