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2/10/2015 by Aceves Ortega Héctor Manuel
Recently I remembered my early days as a programmer, and I recall that in those days, our work space was by far not the most attractive. But I must confess that, at least for me and my colleagues at the time, it didn't bother us.
2/9/2015 by Ramesh Nagarajan
How do we manage a program with more than five Scrum teams when we have one product owner?
2/6/2015 by Amogh Joshi
A Scrum team is expected to deliver right from the first sprint. Thus the need for formulating team agreements arises at an early stage.
2/5/2015 by Amit Sarkar
There are many ways to improve the effectiveness of Scrum implementation, and proper release planning is one of the important aspects of the Scrum framework.
2/5/2015 by Koti Reddy Bhavanam
Though Agile/Scrum is popular and followed by increasing numbers of people, there are glitches in understanding it well and implementing it better.
2/4/2015 by Deepak Joshi
Often I am asked by new Scrum teams transforming to Agile how a tester could provide estimates for coding a feature/task, or how a programmer could provide estimates for the tester's job. This is not easy, but in Scrum teams this happens -- and happens successfully!
2/4/2015 by Vijay Bandaru
Here is a game that can have a strong effect on building team cohesiveness.
2/3/2015 by Madhavi Ledalla
I was in traditional project development, where I played the role of a developer. When the organization started to transition to Agile and the structure was revamped . . . I was taken by surprise and had no clue about how all this would work.
2/3/2015 by Bob Jiang
I would like to share some tips about why we have product backlog refinement meetings, what activities we handle during those meetings, and who should attend.
2/2/2015 by Raghu Challapilla
Do you have disengaged participants in your training class? Sometimes you have hecklers. The worst, apathetic observers! Sorry, that's not the worst. . . .