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Hanselminutes Podcast 170 - Kanban Boards for Agile Project Management with Zen Author Nate Kohari

July 10, 2009 Comment on this post [1] Posted in Agile | Podcast
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imageMy one-hundred-and-seventieth podcast is up. Today Scott chats with Nate Kohari, author of Ninject, about Nate's new Kanban-inspired project "Zen." Are project boards something your agile team should be thinking about?

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July 16, 2009 8:05
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I just wanted to let you know I thought this show was fantastic, hope you can bring Nate back to talk about ninject at some future show.

I have been using agilezen for the last few days, and am really enjoying it, I use it as a "smart" todo list and I have to say the experience is quite slick.

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