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3/6/2013 by Jingjie Wang
In software development, we see different types of reviews in different organizations. For example, there can be architecture review, design review, and code review, and they can occur in different phases of development. The aims of these reviews ...
3/4/2013 by Zia Malik
As all good Scrum coaches know, backlog refinement is an important part of the team's sprint cycle, and as important a component of Scrum as any of the Scrum ceremonies. It allows the team to share its thoughts, forces the team to broach fundament...
3/1/2013 by Illya Pavlichenko
Do you know that working with iterations does not make you automatically an Agile team? Moreover, it does not even mean, necessarily, that you are using iterative development.
Paradoxically, it is possible to be Agile without use of iterations. T...
2/28/2013 by Dr. Sanjeev Raman PMI-ACP SAFe Agilist
An IT consulting company with two office locations and 100-plus people specialized in custom software development and testing services. The firm did in-house software development training for developers at both locations and had trai...
2/27/2013 by Brian Barr
There are many misconceptions about what Agile means. Here are a few of the most common that I've heard:
Agile is a development methodology. Well, not really, but there are a group of methods that can all be considered Agile.
Agile is the same...
2/26/2013 by Marc Nazarian
One of the biggest challenges of a ScrumMaster is to conduct retrospectives.
Running one retrospective is easy: Every conscientious ScrumMaster most likely has read the retrospective bible, Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Gr...
2/25/2013 by Amandeep Bhatia
For last few years, we've been using Agile methods such as Scrum and XP in our projects. As a team, we've gained a lot in terms of productivity, client involvement, frequent feedback, and many more benefits. But one most important change that I've...
2/22/2013 by Madhan Manivannan
"Build projects around motivated individuals. Give them the environment and support they need, and trust them to get the job done."
"The best architectures, requirements, and designs emerge from self-organizing teams."
These are the two Agile pr...
2/20/2013 by Jerry Rajamoney
When was the last time you wrote a code that was not protected with unit test/refactoring? When was the last time you fixed a bug reported in a legacy code base that was full of bad code? When was the last time you saw a class with m...
2/18/2013 by Dele Oluwole
During sprint planning in Scrum, the team can use poker cards as a unit of measure for estimating the overall size of a user story, feature, or even associated piece of work.This tool helps the team assign points, in a relaxed manner, to stories o...