If you already know me, you should remember that my position towards “remote EventStorming” wasn’t exactly favorable. However, the Coronavirus changed everything in or space, so a different position might be needed. Before starting to read this post I suggest you to read Remote EventStorming first.
At the moment of writing, Italy is in lockdown. EventStorming, as it was conceived like put all the key people in the same room, is forbidden, dangerous and strategically suicidal. So I guess some of the thoughts in my previous article needs to be reconsidered in the face of the changed scenario, where working remotely, possibly from home, becomes the norm.
This article’s approach is not general purpose: my consideration about remote workshops in normal times still stand, and I really hope to revert back to that status quo. But we’re not there anymore, and here I will write my current thoughts about EventStorming in a world where meeting in person is a risky luxury and still people need to explore complex domains, design sophisticated processes and collaborate across silos. Continua la lettura di EventStorming in COVID-19 times
This is my position about the idea of Remote EventStorming before the COVID-19 which changed a few things. I suspect it will be interesting again once the emergency will be over. If you’re under restrictions and need to keep on modeling, you may want to have a look also to EventStorming in COVID-19 times after reading this one.
EventStorming is not a single recipe for workshops. It comes in different flavors, and with different purposes.
Before exploring the impact of turning it remotely, we need to make sure we understand what we’re talking about. Continua la lettura di Remote EventStorming
Hello Learners, we’re all aware of what’s going on in the world with the sadly-famous COVID-19. This means more and more companies and people are forced to stay at home and reduce movements outside. People’s freedom of movement is being limited in all Italy right now (and this might extend to other countries soon… fingers crossed) in an attempt to stop the spread of the virus, causing each one of us to rethink the way we live, work and learn.
We deeply empathize with everyone who’s under pressure because of the virus, and its consequences.: this unprecedented situation is really testing every one of us, and we are extra lucky this time around as we’ve been a remote company for the last four years. So here’s a couple of things we want to do for and share with our community of Learners.
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The 5-days workshop held by Nassim Taleb in NYC on risk modeling and taking is over. It has been a rewarding experience that will take weeks to fully digest. I’ve been writing a personal experience log every day (Feb 5, 6, 7 and 8) on Avanscoperta’s blog: here today is my last one. Enjoy!
Continua la lettura di Real World Risk Institute – Last day
Another day has gone, only one day left. Nassim Taleb’s Real World Institute workshop is about to finish but still here I am to report my key impressions.
Continua la lettura di Real World Risk Institute – Day 4
I just got back home after an amazing third day of Nassim Taleb’s Real World Risk Institute workshop. Today lots of guest speakers for the most interesting day so far! This is my personal report.
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The second day attending Nassim Taleb’s Real World Risk Institute workshop is now behind us. This got me the RWRI mini-certificate in risk taking. Here you find my personal highlights of the day, waiting for the upcoming 3-days full certification to begin.
Continua la lettura di Real World Risk Institute – Day 2
I just got back home after the first day attending the 5-days workshop held by Nassim N. Taleb on risk modeling in NYC. This is my de-briefing, meant to share a few of my impressions.
Continua la lettura di Real World Risk Institute Day 1 – The Black Swan
Avanscoperta agreed to sponsor my participation to the workshop held on 5-9 Feb by Nassim N. Taleb on risk modeling in NYC. This is the story of where this decision came up from, since the day Alberto Brandolini and I first met.
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Il 26 luglio scorso la Node.js Foundation ha pubblicato i risultati della ricerca condotta per capire come viene utilizzato oggi Node dai suoi utenti e per identificare possibili miglioramenti del framework open-source.
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