12.19.2016 | Tina Maierhofer

12 Agile Days of Christmas

On the first day of Christmas, my kanban board gave a new card to little ole me.

On the second day of Christmas, my project manager gave to me: two client demos and a kanban card for little ole me.

On the third day of Christmas, my lucky charm gave to me: three good luck hymns, two client demos, and a kanban card for little ole me.

On the fourth day of Christmas, my office manager gave to me: four calling clients, three good luck hymns, two client demos, and a kanban card for little ole me.

On the fifth day of Christmas, my intern gave to me: five regex strings, four calling clients, three good luck hymns, two client demos, and a kanban card for little ole me.

On the sixth day of Christmas, my QA engineer gave to me: six testers testing, five regex strings, four calling clients, three good luck hymns, two client demos, and a kanban card for little ole me.

On the seventh day of Christmas, my colleagues gave to me: seven dogs a barking, six testers testing, five regex strings, four calling clients, three good luck hymns, two client demos, and a kanban card for little ole me.

On the eighth day of Christmas, my IM gave to me: eight slackers slacking, seven dogs a barking, six testers testing, five regex strings, four calling clients, three good luck hymns, two client demos, and a kanban card for little ole me.

On the ninth day of Christmas, my DBA gave to me: nine queries querying, eight slackers slacking, seven dogs a barking, six testers testing, five regex strings, four calling clients, three good luck hymns, two client demos, and a kanban card for little ole me.

On the tenth day of Christmas, my tech lead gave to me: ten developers developing, nine queries querying, eight slackers slacking, seven dogs a barking, six testers testing, five regex strings, four calling clients, three good luck hymns, two client demos, and a kanban card for little ole me.

On the eleventh day of Christmas, my lead designer gave to me: eleven designers designing, ten developers developing, nine queries querying, eight slackers slacking, seven dogs a barking, six testers testing, five regex strings, four calling clients, three good luck hymns, two client demos, and a kanban card for little ole me.

On the twelfth day of Christmas, my product owner gave to me: twelve feature requirements, eleven designers designing, ten developers developing, nine queries querying, eight slackers slacking, seven dogs a barking, six testers testing, five regex strings, four calling clients, three good luck hymns, two client demos, and an approved kanban card for happy ole me!

Wow, what a sprint! Merry Christmahanakwanzika Everyone!

Tina Maierhofer

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