Monday, May 05, 2008

Can you help a local Doctorial student?

Last week I had lunch with Lisa Lui, a bright and enthusiastic doctorial student at a Glasgow university.  She is about to kick off the research phase of her doctorate which concerns the effect that Agile methods have on risk management. 

As part of her preparation
Lisa would love to get some hands on time - days, weeks, perhaps even months - working with a Scottish based Agile team. She says she'll do it for free ... but I reckon it'd be cool if there were some way that she could earn a little money - you remember what it's like to be a student.  She's versatile, but, admits that she has little industrial experience.  She does teach other students how to code and how to design databases.

If you are a Scotland based Agile Manager, or work for one, can you help Lisa? 
Do you know someone who might be able to help?

Email me: if you think you can help out - even if it is just to have a coffee with Lisa.