You (and any other readers) would be most welcome to add your blog to our LJC Aggrity site. It is a collection of London Java Bloggers. http://ljc.aggrity.com/
Thanks again to Brendan Quinn for setting it up for us.
If you're interested in adding your blog let me know.
On 7 Feb 2013, at 10:05, Abraham Marín Pérez wrote:
I created a blog a few months back about agile development, or more about how to help turning a non-agile organisation into agile. I didn't want to publicise it much until I have a few articles in it but now I would appreciate if you guys could take a look and let me know your opinion about it: contents, format, design... Whatever goes through your minds.
This is the address:
Feel free to post your comments to the list, to me directly or as a comment in the blog itself.
Thanks a lot in advance.
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