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2/25/2015 by Anand Vyas
It is important that technical debt is made visible to the team so they can act on it as required.
2/25/2015 by Samuel Nadarajan
I'm sure you've heard the saying "Practice makes perfect" sometime in your life. Experience has led me to believe that, despite all good intentions, this statement is not phrased correctly.
2/24/2015 by Andreas Groß
Recently I was caught off guard by a guy presenting his evidence that Scrum is only for software.
2/24/2015 by Jaya Shrivastava
No one talks carefully about who should be on a Scrum team and who should not. In my opinion, this is one of the most neglected discussions in the Scrum world.
2/23/2015 by SenthilVel Marimuthu CSM CSP SAFe-SPC
Having spent most of my Agile life in a distributed Agile culture, I thought it time to write down some of my thoughts about distributed Agile setups.
2/20/2015 by Tamma Rajkumar Manda
These are the three important phases that come to my mind when I think of maturing on the Agile journey.
2/19/2015 by Sumit Sharma
While the items in the product backlog must be ordered, ordering by priority is only one of the many techniques -- and rarely the best one.
2/18/2015 by Subin John
Agile may be the most poorly comprehended word in the world of IT. So what is it?
2/17/2015 by Ashvin Gondalia
Scrum reduces gaps between business and development -- but it does not suggest much about how to bridge gaps between development and operations.
2/12/2015 by Deepak Joshi
Different opinions among Scrum followers sometimes create points of discussion. Recently one such point was, "Who can terminate a sprint?"