Greg Eales
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  • South Africa
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Generating interest.

Whats your locl? Earn a stake in a new South African startup by answering that simple question. http://locl.co.zaWe figured this is a great way to gather interest and…Continue

Started Mar 28, 2010

 

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Generating interest.

Whats your locl? Earn a stake in a new South African startup by answering that simple question. http://locl.co.zaWe figured this is a great way to gather interest and some invested invitations to out private beta.See More
Mar 28, 2010
Greg Eales commented on Kevin Fourie's group Agile Cape
"I still maintain it can only work on a senior level: Juniors usually get lumped into support, where they pick up hacking habbits. It is onlt when they get the "essense" of dev that they actually appreciate SCRUM and not just see it as…"
Oct 19, 2009
Arthur Charles Van Wyk and Greg Eales are now friends
Oct 19, 2009
Greg Eales and Yusuf Mahomedy are now friends
Oct 18, 2009
Greg Eales replied to Shane Swinton's discussion Siliconcape Job Board
"I get REALLY annoyed when no renumeration is mentioned in ads. People perspective of market related are never on par. Why waste my time in applying to something, tell me if we speaking the same language, I apply, if I am not good for what you…"
Oct 18, 2009
Greg Eales replied to Pam Sykes's discussion The next steps -- engaging the state?
"I agree completely, however I don’t think many have considered the nature of the "silicon" industry. Digital people think digital ideas. Ideas flourish, and the funding of which comes from higher up the pyramid. Very seldom does the…"
Oct 17, 2009
Greg Eales joined Giles Douglas's group
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Venture Capital

Networking Group for those interested in Venture Capital
Oct 17, 2009
Greg Eales commented on Kevin Fourie's group Agile Cape
"I give us a 5 too. To be honest I dont think most companies have the skill level involved to implement SCRUM. The discipline and trust required for it to work is only seen on senior dev levels."
Oct 17, 2009
Greg Eales joined Kevin Fourie's group
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Agile Cape

Agile is alive and well in Cape Town. Share your experiences, questions, thoughts, events, etc. relating to all things Agile (XP, Scrum, Lean, Kanban, etc.) in the Cape.
Oct 17, 2009
Greg Eales is now a member of The Silicon Cape Initiative
Oct 15, 2009

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Who are you?
I am a highly technical person who is currently working in the web development environment. I have experience in everything from logistics to gaming. A man with BIG ideas and not enough time. Trying to kick the 8 to 5.
Where can you be found on the web, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc?
Twitter: @SlappyZA

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