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A keynote presentation from Chris Sims (coauthor of “The Elements of Scrum”)
will begin the conference talking about the use of games within
coaching activities at Agile Learning Labs. Chris will later present a
Deep-Dive workshop detailing the techniques used at Agile Learning Labs
to develop agile games so as to best enable attendees to develop and
facilitate their own games to help teams improve. More information about
Chris is online at: http://www.agilelearninglabs.com/people/chris-sims/



Dr. Greenaway is found at: http://www.reviewing.co.uk/

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“Doc” was recognized in November 2013 as being the Agile Coach Camp’s “Facilitator of the Year”  - more information is available at: http://blog.agilecoachcamp.us/?page_id=10



The second day of the 2014 Agile Games conference will begin with a presentation of “Common Ground for Action
open to all conference attendees.  “Common Ground for Action” was
developed under the guidance of Luke Hohmann (author of “Innovation
Games: Creating Breakthrough Products Through Collaborative Play”)



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Access Control Lists and permissions can get inherently complex. We didn’t want to sacrifice a sufficiently advanced administrator/developer/etc from being able to get to advanced scenarios with ACLs with Puppet’s ACL module. With the ACL module (soon to be) out in the wild, it may be helpful to explain one of the significantly advanced features of the ACL module: mask specific rights. I am going to interchangeably use the term “acl” to mean the module during the rest of this post (and not the Access control list or discretionary access control list). Say you need very granular rights,
not just RX (read, execute), but also to read and write attributes. You get read attributes (FILE_READ_ATTRIBUTES) with read (FILE_GENERIC_READ), see http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa364399(v=vs.85).aspx.  ACL provides you with the ability to specify ‘full’,’modify’,’write’,’read’,’execute’ or ‘mask_specific’. Mask specific is when you can’t get the specific rights you need for an identity (trustee, group, etc.) and need to get more specific. Let’s take a look at what mask specific looks like: acl { 'c:/tempperms': permissions => [ { identity => 'Administrators', rights => ['full'] }, #full is same as - 2032127 aka 0x1f01ff but you should...(Read whole news on source site)

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Access Control Lists and permissions can get inherently complex. We didn’t want to sacrifice a sufficiently advanced administrator/developer/etc from being able to get to advanced scenarios with ACLs with Puppet’s ACL module. With the ACL module (soon to be) out in the wild, it may be helpful to explain one of the significantly advanced features of the ACL module: mask specific rights. I am going to interchangeably use the term “acl” to mean the module during the rest of this post (and not the Access control list or discretionary access control list). Say you need very granular rights,
not just RX (read, execute), but also to read and write attributes. You get read attributes (FILE_READ_ATTRIBUTES) with read (FILE_GENERIC_READ), see http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa364399(v=vs.85).aspx.  ACL provides you with the ability to specify ‘full’,’modify’,’write’,’read’,’execute’ or ‘mask_specific’. Mask specific is when you can’t get the specific rights you need for an identity (trustee, group, etc.) and need to get more specific. Let’s take a look at what mask specific looks like: acl { 'c:/tempperms': permissions => [ { identity => 'Administrators', rights => ['full'] }, #full is same as - 2032127 aka 0x1f01ff but you should...(Read whole news on source site)

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Embarcadero is hosting its RAD Studio XE6 First Look Webinar on April 16 , 2014 at 6AM San Francisco / 9AM New York / 2PM London / 3PM Milan. The RAD Studio XE6 First Look Webinar – RAD Studio XE6, Delphi XE6 and C++Builder XE provides the developers an opportunity to know more on what’s coming for VCL/Windows and FMX multi-device development in XE6. Know more about the RAD Studio XE6 First Look Webinar – RAD Studio XE6, Delphi XE6 and C++Builder XE6 and register here

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This is the dysfunction of teams with Project Managers as well as Product Owners. Does your organisation have both Project Mangers as well as Product Owners? If so, to whom do your teams report? What does it depend on? Because if it does depend then you are doing a disservice to your teams and will have difficulty moving towards greater agility. The post Does your organisation have both Project Mangers as well as Product Owners? appeared first on naked ALM - Experts in ALM, TFS & lean-agile with Scrum.

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