I’m a Scrum Master by profession. That means I’m a facilitator, someone who helps a team of people (developers) get a job done (develop software). Today I found myself using board games as a teaching tool in the office.
So for almost a month I’ve been suffering from internetlessness. My ADSL was down then a thunderstorm blew my router and the insurance was being stupid… but I’m back now but I’ve decided to take a bit of a break until November. Life is always crazy this time of year and 1 less thing to worry about just eases the load. Catch you next week!
It’s already June, ½ the year is just gone! So I find myself sitting wondering what I have done so far this year and what am I going to be doing for the rest of the year. Also June in South Africa means ICON. The largest geek/tabletop event in the country. The excitement is growing!
So this was my desk for most of the past week. It was worth it though; I passed!! Take that scumbag exams! So that’s #1 on my to do list done. Although I still have another week to go, it’s nice to get it done early. Now on the #2 & #3… but instead of painting games I would much rather just play them. Truth be told I almost failed at the endeavour I undertook within 3 days of making the commitment.
If you are reading this then you either already have a collection of board games or you have an interest in them which may or may not result in you purchasing your own. One of the biggest factors stopping people from buying games is the price. It’s a luxury item and as such it’s expensive. After the recent presidential stuff-up buying board games in South Africa just got even more expensive.