Albuquerque Agile/Scrum User Group
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4/21/2014 by Nirmaljeet Malhotra
If you are an Agile coach, more often than not your client knows very little about the end state where you want your teams to be before you sign off. So what are some of the things that you as an Agile coach should be doing as you land in an alien world, and what are some of the things that can potentially help create a solid foundation for an Agile adoption and transformation that make agility a way of life?
4/18/2014 by Ravishankar N
DevOps and Agile complement each other to deploy working functionality into production faster. This article focuses on a subset of DevOps philosophy in the context of Agile development and highlights the key considerations for DevOps and Agile to coexist for expedited delivery. . . .
4/18/2014 by Marmamula Prashanth Kumar
Complete transformation from Waterfall to Agile is very difficult, as it involves a drastic change of mind-set and culture on the part of the individuals involved. It is easier to apply minute changes rather than huge ones, so I am proposing a middle path, one where instead of drastic moves we are looking at small changes that nonetheless lead toward Agile.
4/17/2014 by Rishi Devendra
A lot of projects follow Scrum. There is often debate about which day to start a new sprint. . . . Here are a few important points to consider before choosing your sprint start day.
4/17/2014 by Gilbert Villanueva
One of the basic principles of Agile development is customer involvement in the project. The customer or user of the software is the single entity that provides what every Agile development team should most seek: customer satisfaction. . . .
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