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Troubleshooting Agile

A weekly problem-solving session for all things agile

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Troubleshooting Agile is a problem-solving session for agile teams. Jeffrey Fredrick and Douglas Squirrel look at common problems agile teams face and provide practical, immediately useful advice for getting back on track.
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Answers to your tech questions for your Apple devices and beyond. Dave Hamilton, Adam Christianson, and Pilot Pete come together weekly to answer your questions and discuss things of interest to Apple and Mac geeks, presenting them in ways that are both entertaining and informative for the average listener.
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Get ready for Mac Geek Gab 1047 with Dave, Pilot Pete, and Adam Christianson, dropping knowledge on World Brain Day! Kick off with quick tips: forgetful moments? Use ChatGPT. It also helps summarize Zoom meeting notes. Pilot Pete then shows us how to manually select backup drives for Time Machine. Discover clever uses for your Apple Watch and strea…
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Too ashamed of your outdated tech to ask for help with it or touch the ancient code? 70s heartthrob Barry Manilow has the cure for your "technical shame" - Squirrel and Jeffrey explain why on this episode of Troubleshooting Agile.Links:- Barry Manilow Effect paper: https://www.psychologyib.com/uploads/1/1/7/5/11758934/the_spotlight_effect_-_ib_psyc…
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Dive into the geeky goodness with Dave Hamilton, Pilot Pete, and Adam Christianson as they tackle your toughest tech queries live from Macstock 2024 in Mac Geek Gab 1046. Kicking off with Kelly’s iPhone password reset dilemma, the Geeks also unravel Lynda’s persistent iPad security errors and John F. Braun’s elusive iCloud sync issue. Adam shares h…
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Stop trying to control what your software does! Instead, invite surprising answers from users that lead to amazing product innovations. This episode of Troubleshooting Agile features a lesson from 18th-century Spain via Elan Ullendorf.Links:- 500 maps article by Elan Ullendorff: https://escapethealgorithm.substack.com/p/should-this-be-a-map-or-500-…
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In this episode of Mac Geek Gab, you’ll dive deep into the need for speed with answers to Carsten’s question of NVMe Gen 5 versus Gen 4. You’ll learn the differences between NVMe, M.2, and SATA, and get the lowdown on essential peripherals like the Satechi Mac mini-shaped USB hub, OWC ThunderBlade, HyperDrive Next Snap-On USB-C SSD Enclosure, and H…
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Being puzzled is the first step to genuine questions and real learning. Join your hosts Squirrel and Jeffrey to discover why execs like you need more “aporia” to understand your teams and lead them effectively, on this episode of Troubleshooting Agile.Links:- Aporia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aporia- Derrida: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacqu…
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Dive into Mac Geek Gab 1044, where you join Dave Hamilton, Pilot Pete, and Adam Christianson for a packed episode full of quick tips and expert answers. Todd kicks things off with a smart travel tip: log into your streaming services before you hit the road. Patrick introduces you to the power of Duck Duck Go Bangs, while Martin advises on disabling…
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You’re allowed to do much more than you think, including working outside your team, disappointing others (helpfully), or learning things that aren’t on your business card. On this episode, we continue our theme of agency with inspiring ideas from a listener email.Links:- Things You're Allowed to Do: https://milan.cvitkovic.net/writing/things_youre_…
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Dive into Mac Geek Gab 1043 with Dave Hamilton, Pilot Pete, and Adam Christianson as they unleash a treasure trove of Quick Tips and answers to your burning questions. Discover how long-pressing a key on macOS unveils accents and special characters, adding Shazam to your Control Center for instant music ID, and leveraging your iPhone for scanning d…
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Successful experiments with negative results are a vital part of learning to have agency. Discover how to fail for success on this episode of Troubleshooting Agile with our guest. Sammy Hath: Links:- https://hath.blog/posts/hire/- https://hath.blog/posts/cultivating-destroying-agency/- Failing for Success: https://failingforsuccess.substack.com- Ta…
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Celebrate Mac Geek Gab’s 19th anniversary with Pilot Pete, Adam Christianson, and Dave Hamilton as they dive into quick tips, listener questions, and cool stuff found. The episode kicks off with a shoutout to World Tessellation Day and, of course, a a look forward to Mac Geek Gab beginning its twentieth year! The Quick Tips segment is packed with g…
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"Agency" "empowerment" "accountability" can be empty promises to your tech team, or real skills you can learn. In this episode, Squirrel and Jeffrey are joined by “competent minion” Sammy Hath to discuss how to solve difficult problems.Links:- https://hath.blog/posts/hire/- https://hath.blog/posts/cultivating-destroying-agency/- Message to Garcia e…
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Dive into this week’s Mac Geek Gab episode as Pilot Pete, Adam Christianson, and Dave Hamilton unpack the highlights from Apple’s WWDC Keynote. You’ll get the scoop on macOS Sequoia with its new iPhone mirroring feature and the much-anticipated password app coming to macOS. iOS 18 brings RCS support, satellite messaging, and the innovative “Send La…
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Fast feedback to executives on whether executing the HiPPO (Highest Paid Person's Opinion) actually made your software more profitable. Get answers on how and why "prediction markets" speed up learning, on this episode of Troubleshooting Agile, with Douglas Squirrel and Jeffrey Fredrick. Links:- Manifest prediction markets conference: https://www.m…
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In this week’s Mac Geek Gab, dive into the latest Quick Tips and Cool Stuff Found that will keep your Mac life smooth and efficient. Time Machine gets a tweak with hourly, daily, and weekly options, while Zoom for Apple TV lets you disable Center Stage and manually control zoom and center. Learn about T-Mobile for international calls, using Google …
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Frequent repetition and practice doesn't constitute micromanagement, if done well: it reinforces accountability and alignment. Tune in to this episode of Troubleshooting Agile to find out how and why you and your tech team need daily rehearsal and feedback, with your hosts, Squirrel and Jeffrey.Links:- Toyota Kata Practice Guide: https://theleanthi…
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In this week’s Mac Geek Gab podcast, dive into a trove of quick tips and tech tricks to streamline your Apple experience. Jim kicks things off by showing you how to drag images or hyperlinks into a new browser tab for efficiency. Mark M. follows up with a tip on rotating images in Preview using the Option key, while Daoud demonstrates how to quickl…
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Getting users to love your product isn't enough. Somebody needs to give you rectangular pictures of kings and presidents in exchange for it. Join your hosts, Squirrel and Jeffrey for product pitfalls and how to avoid them, on this episode of Troubleshooting Agile.Links:- Squirrel's tweet: https://twitter.com/douglassquirrel/status/17914386690704265…
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In this week’s Mac Geek Gab episode, dive into what Pilot Pete, Adam Christianson, and Dave Hamilton are watching for National Streaming Day. From the intriguing documentary “STEVE! A Steve Martin Documentary” to intense dramas like “Breaking Bad” and “Better Call Saul,” the hosts cover a wide array of must-watch shows. They also recommend “Welcome…
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If you or your tech leaders are exhausted from tracking an overwhelming number of individual tickets, features, or products, you're gardening when you should be farming. On this episode of Troubleshooting Agile, Squirrel and Jeffrey give their insights on how to manage whole "flocks" of engineers and customers.Links:- Briefing and Back Briefing : h…
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This week on Mac Geek Gab 1037, Adam Christianson and Dave Hamilton have packed the episode with indispensable tips and updates, starting with one from listener Ben about using Option-Space in Finder for a full-screen Quick Look. Then it’s on to swiftly moving between tabs in Safari with Control-Tab, and optimizing your use of Airtags as innovative…
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You've never been in a plane crash because accident investigations are blameless, but do you know how to run a blame-free postmortem? Timelines, timeboxes, and more ways to learn from disasters before they happen, when you join Squirrel and Jeffrey on this episode of Troubleshooting Agile.Links:- Airline Safety article - https://asteriskmag.com/iss…
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In this week’s episode of Mac Geek Gab, you’re in for a treat with Pilot Pete and Dave Hamilton as they delve deep into the nuances of everyday tech. Starting off, learn a clever Quick Tip from Uncle Jamie on how to use Preview for not just viewing but also adding, reordering, and merging PDFs—a true multitasker’s dream tool. But that’s not all, di…
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When disaster looms and results are immediate, joint design really shines by driving informed, prompt, unpopular decisions. Learn how to keep your decision process when all about you are losing theirs, with your hosts, Squirrel and Jeffrey,Links:- Horowitz on wartime vs peacetime: https://a16z.com/peacetime-ceo-wartime-ceo/- Squirrel decisiveness s…
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This week on Mac Geek Gab 1035, dive into a treasure trove of quick tips and cool finds with your favorite tech trio, Pilot Pete, Adam Christianson, and Dave Hamilton. Discover how to leverage Siri to unearth unread messages or take hands-free notes—even with paint on your hands! Learn how to utilize smart plugs for automating troublesome tech at h…
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