Blog - Marc Rodan
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Of all the places that I travelled to as a digital nomad, I stuck around in Chiang Mai the longest. I sometimes call it the "digital nomad capital of the world" and that's for good reason. It's absolutely awesome for work and travel!   Want more info? Then I have a present for you...

Could Penang be the ultimate travel destination for digital nomads? These are my top 10 reasons why everyone looking for a place to work & travel should totally check out this amazing island!...

Many people are dreaming of the digital nomad lifestyle, maybe you are! But somehow almost all digital nomads I meet are millennials. Does that mean you've missed your chance when you get older? Are your responsibilities simply too big to even consider working and travelling abroad? To find out, I interviewed my "older"colleague (I'm on thin ice here, hehe...

The traffic in Ho Chi Minh is absolutely crazy, but are its drivers too? To find out, I took the values of the Agile manifesto and went undercover.    ...

"That's sooo waterfall!" is a sentence I often hear inside organizations. But what do we mean by "waterfall", and why should you not go chasing them? What waterfall is and the differences with Agile: all in this short video. Oh, and of course there's a real waterfall in it too!...

What do the people of Bali and Ho Chi Minh think about Agile? How about the rest of the world? What the #$@&*! even is Agile?? The answer to this and more, you'll find in this video. Enjoy!...

Is it your first time here? Or would you like to know a bit more about that weird Rodan guy and his Agile or Ninja Mindset? Then check out this video....

Currently I'm working from Chiang Mai, Thailand. Possibly the most popular place for digital nomads in the world. It's not uncommon that I meet people here that are familiar with working Agile. After all, a lot of Western programmers and developers have their base in Chiang Mai. The funny thing is: barely any of them has a good understanding of what Agile...