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At 11:38 on October 5, 2011, Tim Theeboom said…

Dank je Bart,

 

Leuk om deel uit te maken van een netwerk met gelijkgestemden! 

At 11:19 on June 27, 2011, Wilma Panneman said…

Hoi Bart, ja, ik weer steeds enthousiaster over de benadering. En wie weet volgend jaar naar Oxford ...? Ik wens je een fijne  zomer(vakantie)!

 

Hartelijke groet,

Wilma

At 16:08 on June 9, 2010, Julia Kalenberg said…
Hi Bart,
thank you very much for your invitation. I'm happy to be your friend.
It was great to meet you in Bucharest and I enjoyed the moments we had together.
I still keep the certificate of the SOL conference which you wrote for me. Thanks.
Have a wonderful day, Julia
At 14:04 on May 18, 2010, Anton Stellamans said…
Ik ben dan weer druk in de weer met het herstellen van de deeltjesversneller!
At 14:45 on May 10, 2010, Anton Stellamans said…
He Bart, wat ben je aan het doen?
At 10:22 on May 18, 2009, Marianne Geurts said…
Ha Bart, fijne vent... bedankt voor alles... X Marianne
At 8:20 on November 26, 2008, Dainius Baltrusaitis said…
Hello Bart
I and my colleagues plan coming to Texel, now going for flight reservation, etc.
Would you please answer to Qs for me:
- what is the best way to get to Texel
- what is an exact date for conference as I find contradicting information on solworld.org and ning
Thank you,
Dainius
dainius.baltrusaitis@smart.lt
At 12:31 on October 31, 2008, Josef Scherer said…
Sounds like the problem that we have with our development teams as well - they are not commited to one project but many and have to do maintainance work on top of that.
We discuss whether it would be helpful to have less task switching, be more focused on finishing a high priority tasks first before starting something else. Do you think that could help?
Best regards Josef
At 15:47 on October 26, 2008, Carole Waskett said…
Hello Bart, thanks for remembering I might be coming to Texel. I'm not sure at present and may have to decide later in the year -
All the best,
Carole
At 8:48 on September 16, 2008, Josef Scherer said…
Hi Bart,

you wrote:
coming week I will be delivering a training on SF project management to managers of a social workers' organisation. I would really like to introduce them to the idea of scrum. Do you have any ideas on introductory exercises, games, gimmicks?

59 minutes scrum is a standard excercise, scrum like project simulation. You will find lots of presentations on this in google.

http://www.google.de/search?q=59+minutes+scrum

Hope this helps!

I'm really would like to learn more from your LF aproach to project management!
At 18:07 on May 23, 2008, Dominik Godat said…
Hi Bart, thank you for thinking my thought back to me!
I am fully loaded with new ideas, so the marketing has to wait :-)
Looking very much forward to Texel and can't wait.
By the way, the random cards are out in Dutch now!
At 21:29 on May 22, 2008, Stephanie von Bidder said…
Hi Bart,
live stuff is always great and gives a wonderful impression how people work and how 'it' works. We did have live clients in Interlaken and thought this was a great and lively experience.
I think to see somebody work with a client is always great and the context where this 'case' comes from is probably secondary.
have a nice evening
Stephanie
At 19:23 on May 20, 2008, Stephanie von Bidder said…
Hi Bart,
on our return trip from Cologne we were discussing the great topic of 'connection' of the conference. As you mentioned, one idea would be to get connected with others than SF people.
Couldn't it be a nice idea for 'us' to join with other specialists and hold great and interesting workshops toghether?
SF meets Doctors or...or....?
see you
Stephanie
At 17:08 on May 20, 2008, Bob Faw said…
I'm glad you enjoyed them, Bart.

Best regards,
Bob
At 20:56 on May 19, 2008, Jan Kuipers said…
Hi Bart,

I hope sol 2009 will be exitinging in connections,

Jan
At 11:52 on May 17, 2008, Marco Matera said…
The Horse's name is Fortunato (lucky) it's a long and strange story. maybe it's better talk bye skype about.

About string you had see y workshop so now you know the connection. Another one is the rope that is tied to the balloon of children. a bridge between land and sky
At 18:48 on May 16, 2008, Marco Matera said…
Hi Bart,
I loose the final part ofthe conference but with your photo I can have a nice little idea. You used a string...

Somethimes the string create a miracle...
At 14:34 on May 16, 2008, Sue Lickorish said…
Hey Bart! This is so cool... I've just got back from lunch at the pub and found this! My feet are great thanks! And how are you?
I'm just wondering how to upload SOL photos here...
P.S.... I hope there's somewhere to go dancing in Texel!
Sue :-)

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