2/22/2011 by Michael Sahota
In 2006, while recovering from an eXtreme Programming (XP) implementation gone bad, I presented my observations on the differing focus of Scrum and XP at my local user group (XPToronto). Since then, I have continued to see this pattern in the agile community and my direct work practice. It's time to share this story to enhance clarity on how Scrum and XP differ and why that makes them better together.
2/16/2011 by Bal Mahale
Several years ago, I worked for Cambridge Technology Partners (CTP), a consulting company that specialized in Rapid Application Development (RAD). CTP’s hallmark was Rapid Solutions Workshop (RSW), in which we would build a prototype of a r...
2/4/2011 by Jim Schiel
For me, one of the most intriguing, yet not explicitly stated, fundamentals of AgileDevelopment is the practice of analyzing and designing just enough of what we are planning to build that we can then move forward to build it. You can find specifi...
2/4/2011 by Henrik Kniberg
This article is a based on my keynote at the Cape Town Scrum Gathering last fall
Scrum is great! Except when it isn’t. What do you do when Scrum doesn’t appear to work?
Diagnosis 1: Using the process wron...
2/4/2011 by Bob Schatz
Project work is serious business that should never be entered into without taking stock of what you know and don’t know. Projects cost money and consume people’s time and energy. If you waste time, money, or energy there is an increasi...
2/4/2011 by Neil Potter,Mary Sakry
IntroductionIf you are a software engineer or IT professional, your group has very likely shown a strong interest in reducing costs, improving quality and productivity. Your group might also have looked at various pre-packaged frameworks, such as ...