July 2022 Blog

July 2022

July marks the second half of the year. A recap from first half of the year :

Started my doctorate journey (DBA) with Unitar International University and completed my first semester. You can read more about it here.

Net MAUI General Availability (GA) was released after many months and I am now attempting to learn the basics (though the preview was out for some time now) and write a few blog posts regarding .Net MAUI. Stay tuned for this blog posts coming soon.

Learning more about scrum mastering and finally going to go for certification (PSM1). Time to prepare for the exam …. Hurrah !

Finally got my food blog post out. After a revamp of my site for 2 years and moving to a different platform, I have got my first food blog post in my new site. Yay !!
Check it out here for June :

Food blog : Yeast (@ Sunway Pyramid Hotel lobby)

Food blog : Lil’ Bird & The Big Bear Cafe (@ USJ 10, Taipan)

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Chronicles of a Scrum master #14 : 5 Values – Courage, Focus, Commitment, Respect, Openness

This has been a post which I wanted to write for some time but struggled till now to find the right words. Its not that its hard to describe but in an agile environment, there are turbulence and winds of change as well as sometimes thunderstorms, hurricanes and typhoons. To maintain the standards of the […]

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Chronicles of a Scrum master #13 : Empiricism and its 3 Pillars (Transparency, Inspection, Adaptation)

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Chronicles of a Scrum master #12 : Planning ahead, sprint goals, and tracking stories

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