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October 3, 2020

The Agile Confessional - Episode 1, Russ Lewis

By Russ Lewis. Published online October 3, 2020

What a priviledge to be the inaugral guest in Giles Lindsay's latest podcast adventure. We had great fun and it was a real blast!

"Welcome to The Agile Confessional, a podcast that shares fun confessions from people who’ve spent a large part of their career working in the agile world. Hear the mistakes they made along the way so you can avoid falling into the same traps in the future. I’m the coach who absolves my guests of the sins made in the agile world. It’s time to listen in on the latest instalment..."

https://www.podbean.com/ew/pb-m4zxg-ee1458

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