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9/23/2015 by Todd Holden
I often see people trying to "go Scrum" overnight, which I compare to planting an apple tree and going to bed that night excited to pick apples for the next morning’s juice. . . .
9/22/2015 by Sanil Xavier John
The burn-down chart is one of my favorite ways to help a Scrum team track its project status.
9/22/2015 by Kaushik Saha
Though teams are often confused about the DoD at various levels of a project, there are two fairly simple checklists to follow at the levels of tasks and of product backlog items.
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.
9/21/2015 by Niranjan Nerlige V
There are disadvantages to traditional program management, but Agile can bridge the gap between the business strategy and project execution.
9/18/2015 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. . . .