I've just started publishing a new weblog where I interviewing agile "thinkers" - the people who are thinking about agile and making it better. I want to learn what makes these people tick, what motivates them, and what keeps them up at night. It's a blog about the people, much more than the processes. Take a look at: www.AgileThinkers.com
My first guest is Jim Shore, co-author of "The Art of Agile Development". I've just published my first Q&A and will be following up shortly with more from Jim and his co-author Shane Warden. Jim and Shane will soon be giving away a copy of their fantastic new book - read more about that on the blog
I'm also currently in the midst of interviewing Johanna Rothman, Jarred Richardson and Jeff Patton. Ron Jeffries, Alistair Cockburn, Andy Hunt are also keen.
If you've got a suggestion for another interviewee then why not email me at Clarke.Ching@gmail.com.
p.s. If you're interested in the Theory of Constraints, then take a look at TOCThinkers.com which I've been publishing for the last few months. Just today I've added a podcast with great TOC thinker (and a nice bloke too) Eli Schragenheim. I'm working with Steve Holt to share a fascinating Critical Chain story from Boeing and next month I'll be interviewing Chris Cheng about her inspirational & remarkable use of TOC in rehabilitating prisoners in a Singapore prison (I chatted with her for an hour today and I honestly feeling like a different person for it.)