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6/1/2017 by Aniruddha Guin
Back in September, I began the renovation and remodeling of my apartment, and I was struggling badly trying to organize the work. Guess what came to the rescue?
6/1/2017 by Priti Asthana
This article outlines how Agile projects can be managed in the context of virtual teams.
5/31/2017 by Shane Billings
Why are agilists so passionate?
5/31/2017 by Humberto Cordioli
While reviewing some SDLC concepts, I came upon the V-Model, and I began to consider its applicability to Agile and Scrum.
5/30/2017 by Sal Washah PhD-CSP-CSM
All sprints are iterations, but not all forms of iterations are sprints.
5/29/2017 by Madhavi Ledalla
I have been using Scrum for a few years but was surprised to realize that it shows many inherent elements of gamification.
5/26/2017 by Eugenio (Eugi) Bartolo
Esteemed recruiters, don’t look only at the numbers and the job titles.
5/25/2017 by Oluyemisi Banwo
Over the years, while helping companies transition to Scrum and leading sprint retrospectives, I have noticed that it takes time for teams to adjust and give their honest opinions about how the sprint went.
5/24/2017 by Avinash Tripathi
Here is a story about why I think metrics can help us during the retrospective.
5/23/2017 by Rex Lester
When things don’t go well, people often fail to call out the problem; they sit quietly watching the frog get slowly boiled. I believe that this is probably one of the biggest issues the Agile community currently faces.