All posts by Leslie Camacho

049 – Culture vs. Values or, Why Simple is Difficult. Pt. 1

http://traffic.libsyn.com/haywire/MarriageStartup-049.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSShow Summary We explore what it means to stick to your values while being free to let your culture change… sometimes daily. Culture and values is something that people, not just...

/ November 13, 2015

048 – Growing Good Things, How We Escaped Self-Centered Exhaustion

http://traffic.libsyn.com/haywire/MarriageStartup-048.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSShow Summary In this episode, we discuss an article from the Harvard Graduate School of Education that outlines some principles for raising kind, ethical, caring children. We explore what it means...

/ November 6, 2015

047 – Turning 40 & Getting Caught Up

Show Summary In our last “summer slowdown”  episode, we go retrospective and introspective. We talk about our long-anticipated weekend away to Owner Camp in Seattle: how nice it was to be just adult selves for the first time in a...

/ October 16, 2015

Agile Family Tips from Trello

There is a growing movement of parents implementing agile strategies at home. From weekly standups to logistical coordination, there are lots of ways to adapt agile ideas into your home. Aside from the tangible solutions to scheduling, agile practices also...

/ September 17, 2015

Clive Makes a Video Game for One Person, his Wife

The game I made for my wife is something rather different. It was a game made for an audience of one. The reason I’m not showing you the whole game is for the same reasons we don’t show our love...

/ September 15, 2015

Small Gestures Build Trust

“Small gestures often cost nothing but build more trust than large, expensive (or expansive) gestures bestowed occasionally. And so it is with software development. Delivering small, frequent, high-quality releases builds more trust with partner teams than putting out larger releases less...

/ September 14, 2015

“We Moved 12 Times in 10 Years”

In short, I have not made it easy and we both had no idea what the last 10 years would be like. We moved 12 times in 10 years (I might be missing one or two…) from Atlanta to Austin...

/ September 11, 2015