On Monday, November 24th, at the Gatineau-Ottawa Agile Tour, Pyxis will officially announce the launch of Pyxis Ottawa, which will serve the Gatineau-Ottawa region starting in January 2015. Steffan Surdek, Agile coach at Pyxis, will lead and manage the launch of our Ottawa branch and our business offering.
Tuesday night, Pyxis hosted a conference dinner with Diane Musho Hamilton at the Griffin Art Séguin Poirier gallery. The evening started off with an individual exercise. Participants were asked the following question: what are our intentions?
Rebecca Colwell, from Ten Directions, presents the Next Stage Facilitation™ program. It is a3-day workshop that is designed to enhance our capacity to generate greater coherence and increased collaboration in the groups we work with.
Pyxis is proud to share with you that Éric de Carufel was named Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for Visual C # for the 6th consecutive year. This nomination is a recognition from Microsoft for Éric’s involvement in the community sharing his technical expertise in Visual C #.
Microsoft MVP The sign is a Microsoft MVP awarded from Microsoft. According to the latter, ‘MVPs provide exceptional contributions to technical communities, sharing their passion, knowledge and expertise. In doing so, the MVPs receive notice and the needs of many other members and therefore are well placed to submit highly relevant feedback to Microsoft.
A reflex is packed with a lot of things. Everything happens in an instant, without warning and without guarantee. This is a quick and often surprising event. We have several instinctive reflexes (sneezing, coughing, blinking, etc.) and others that are conditioned with time (not inherited, caused by an external stimulus). These can be trained, forged, by continuously repeating a scenario. We seek to obtain an accurate response in a given situation. As team member, coach, manager or any other person having to interact with others, we are confronted with reflexes. This is a topic I want to share in order to better understand it and be able to develop them according to our expectations.