After years of blogging in italian about agile development, last week I decided once and for all to breathe life into this domain of mine to start blogging in english.

The decision came after Alessandro aka Odino complained about me having only an italian audience. Actually I must admit it’s a very wise choice of me, since most of my communication on topics like agile and lean development is already happening with people across Europe – thanks to Twitter – and I am eager to get a deeper feedback on my thoughts from all those people out there, on the other side of Alps.

Last but absolutely not least, Jurgen Appelo recently had been spreading a good idea around: to bring european agile and lean communicators a little closer together. This idea got a temporary name – ALE – and the community grew a lot during the first days. Then he asked me and 5 other ones to help him figuring out a few constraints to put in place to let the community work at its best. Now that I heeded Jurgen’s call, this new blog is a way to show my appreciation and commitment to the initiative.

This is my ‘Hello world’ to you all, across Europe and the rest of the world. At my place we say Ciao! 🙂

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9 Responses to Ciao!

  1. Vasco Duarte says:

    welcome to the trans-europe blogging network! 🙂

    be sure to post some if your original posts also here, now in English. I’d be intrested to see what have been the hot topics in the italian agile community

  2. cirpo says:

    That’s great decision!


  3. I want a double-language blog!
    If you need it, I volunteer to translate your post in Italian.

  4. Davide 'Folletto' Casali says:

    Great! I was hoping for that in the last months! 🙂

  5. Ryan Weaver says:

    Your lightening talk at Symfony Live was fantastic – so glad to see that you’re starting a blog in English for the rest of us 🙂

  6. In whale’s asshole! 😉

  7. English for the win. 🙂

  8. English is the lingua franca of present day world and I am personally very pleased that you decided to switch!