We teach anyone with a willingness to learn.
We do not hoard our knowledge or practices. —from the 8th Light Principles of...more.
In the year 627 AD, a Buddhist monk was concerned with the translation quality of Chinese Buddhist scriptures; he decided to take a trip...more.
Once there was an emperor who wanted to make a temple in his capital holier and more elegant. His servants looked far and wide...more.
In 6th century B.C., during the Spring and Autumn period, China was torn apart by feudal lords and royalty from the declining Zhou dynasty....more.
At Agile 2010, I shared an airport shuttle bus with Henrik Kniberg and César Idrovo Carrillo, the organizers of the manifesto translation project. They...more.
Acceptance testing was one of the first challenges I faced during my apprenticeship. I learned that complexity scales in proportion to the number of...more.