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This week in SPaMCAST 568 marks the return of Sandeep Koorse.  Sandeep brings deep insight into the Agile mindset, passion, and experimentation. All three are required for a healthy team. Sandeep last appeared as part of SPaMCAST 511.

Sandeep is an innovative leader with over 15 years of experience in helping companies achieve higher results through a careful evaluation of their processes and their technology. Known for determining the metrics and behaviors that promote consistent excellence then sharing those values with colleagues through influence and authority. Recognized by peers for exceptional problem-solving abilities, excellent communication skills, and a passion for the community. Reach out to Sandeep at sandeep@koorse.com

Re-Read Saturday News

I am hiking volcanoes this week, literally! The 400+ page copy of Thinking, Fast and Slow has not been in my day pack (it is in the luggage). We will be back next week. 

Remember, if you do not have a favorite, dog-eared copy of Thinking, Fast and Slow, please buy a copy.  Using the links in this blog entry helps support the blog and its alter-ego, The Software Process and Measurement Cast. Buy a copy on Amazon,  It’s time to get reading!

If you have not, check out last week’s installment! Chapter 23: The Outside View http://bit.ly/35dOibJ 

Upcoming Events

Pacific NW Software Quality Conference will be held in Portland, Oregon beginning October 14th through the 16th.  I will be speaking on the 15th! Register now: https://www.pnsqc.org/2019-conference/

I am doing a webinar on value stream and process flow mapping for The Great IT Professional Organization on October 22, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM EST. The registration link is http://bit.ly/2VaFzm3  The webinar is free!  I hope you have time to be in the audience!

Next SPaMCAST

SPaMCAST 569 will feature our essay on the 5 types of meetings.  Meetings are the most important event in any organization — well that is what it seems like.  It can also be said that meetings are the bane of every human that isn’t buying or selling something (and that caveat might be an overstatement). Lets put a name on the 5 most common types in software-centric organizations.

We will also have a visit from Jeremy Berriault who will bring his QA Corner to the podcast!