A Survival Guide for New Agile Coaches – Building Forts

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When I was young, our groceries were delivered in cardboard boxes, which provided a near endless supply of construction materials for the elaborate fortresses I created in our crawlspace. I even tried multi-storey forts once, but that was probably the first indication that I was not destined for a career in civil or mechanical engineering.Fast forward some 35 years, and we moved into a new home.

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