Tampa Bay Agile Meetup: Well Begun is Half Done

At last night’s Tampa Bay Agile meetup, I attempted my first live sketchnoting session.  Below is my result…


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  1. Stephanie Davis shared your sketchnotes from the conference. I’ve been taking notes like that for years and find it a great way to recall information. It’s neat to see that someone has provided guidance to help others. Often mine come out to be quite a hodgepodge that are hard for anyone but me to follow. Yours seem to have a bit more structure and flow. I followed your link in your next article the Sketchnote Army. I hope to explore that in depth in the coming weeks to improve mine. Thank you for introducing me to the formalized concept.

    Have you ever used mindmap programs? I like them too, especially when I need to present my ideas to others. I’ve tried a few, but have settled on Mindmaple http://mindmaple.com/Default.aspx .They have a free version that meets most of my needs.

    I’m sorry you couldn’t make it to the meetup at Valpak tonight. I hope to meet you there in the future.

    • Steven Granese says:

      James, thanks for the feedback. I am sorry that I wasn’t able to be there to present it myself and discuss in more detail.

      Yes, I am an avid MindMap user. I have used MindManager in the past, and have now settled on XMind. XMind, like MindMaple, has a free version and is cross platform. XMind also has some basic Evernote integration which I like.

      Please be sure to attend next month’s Tampa Bay Agile Meetup. I will presenting the topic “Ensure Sprint Success with Stories that are ‘Ready’” http://www.meetup.com/tampa-bay-agile/events/224689692/

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