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2/14/2014 by Aceves Ortega Héctor Manuel
For those who are unfamiliar with the development of the IT industry in Mexico, the north, notably Monterrey in the state of Nuevo León; the center (Distrito Federal and Aguascalientes), and the west of the country (Jalisco) are regions and states in which the software industry has boomed in the last 20 years. . . .
2/13/2014 by Anurag Prakash
SOA enables agility as compared to a monolithic software solution or other tightly coupled approaches. . . .
2/12/2014 by Bhavin Shukla
The Technical ScrumMaster (TSM) has a role that carries a lot of weight apart from being a negotiator, facilitator, and/or servant-leader. Why do I emphasize the TSM?
2/11/2014 by Vijaya Kumar Bandaru
My colleague Madhavi and I were discussing Agile and Scrum in general last week. During the discussion she suggested that it would be nice if there were a simple explanation of the Scrum framework that used a common language that made the concepts easy for anyone to understand. . . .
2/11/2014 by Francesco Attanasio
After reading the book Radical Collaboration: Five Essential Skills to Overcome Defensiveness and Build Successful Relationships, by James W. Tamm and Ronald J. Luyet, I shared what I learned with my ScrumMaster friends. We were enthusiastic enough about the ideas that we started a coaching session with the following statement. . . .
2/10/2014 by Ajay Kabra
Recently in a discussion with one of my customers, I heard an interesting statement, "Good enough is the enemy of great." I began to analyze the statement and understand its hard and true meaning. . . .
2/7/2014 by James Hannon
A website from the Netherlands explains the pioneering use of Scrum in schools. Each student knows exactly what they have to do, why they have to do it, and when they have to do it. . . . After learning about it, I wondered whether the classes I teach could benefit from this model. How would adult students take to this new approach?
2/7/2014 by Oscar Amelunge Ruiz
Seguramente la mayoría de nosotros habrá escuchado la primera ley de Newton: "Un objeto en reposo tiende a permanecer en reposo y un objeto en movimiento tiende a permanecer en movimiento, con la misma velocidad y la misma dirección a menos que actué sobre él una fuerza que lo desequilibre."
2/6/2014 by Catia Oliveira
What is velocity? The truth is: Velocity is velocity. And velocity is measured . . . as velocity is.
2/6/2014 by Grégory FONTAINE
Lately I've been wondering: Is there a typical profile for those people who have a hard time transitioning to Agile? Are they always the same from one organization to another? Is there a magic formula to spot them right away?