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9/21/2015 by Niranjan Nerlige V
There are disadvantages to traditional program management, but Agile can bridge the gap between the business strategy and project execution.
9/21/2015 by Yashasree Barve
I always found Agile/Scrum to be a natural way of working. I feel that quite a few of the concepts can be applied to our personal lives as well. In this article, I focus on a few aspects that can help us immensely.
9/18/2015 by Subin John
Distributed teams have their advantages. What's best is to follow these practices that set the stage for building an effective distributed Agile team.
9/17/2015 by Sandip Saha
In this article I would like to explore the concept of estimating velocity from a couple of different perspectives.
9/17/2015 by Gayathri Narayanan
Working with Scrum at the office has made me take a second look at how I respond to changes, impediments, and teamwork at home.
9/16/2015 by Anderson Diniz Hummel
I got some surprising results from a recent Agile class made up mostly of COBOL developers. . . .
9/15/2015 by Pedro Gustavo Torres
Pair programming is probably the most famous practice of XP -- whether you are a fan or not. It reminds me of the Marmite food spread: You either love it or hate it. . . .
9/15/2015 by Giuseppe Decandia
When our team finished a project early, we picked up and completed more backlog items. Stakeholders were delighted -- but it led to problems I hadn't foreseen.
9/14/2015 by Santosh Shaastry
At a recent conference, I had the good fortune to interact with many talented developers -- and what I learned about many of them caught my attention.
9/14/2015 by Kapil Goel
Organizations often jump on the Agile bandwagon just because other organizations are doing well in this area. My first question to senior leadership is, "Why Agile?" Many times, even they don't know. They respond with a counterquestion: "Why not?"