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11/22/2016 by Anurag Agarwal
For the cultural change required for Agile adoption, managers must be involved from the very beginning. In fact, an Agile transition should start with the transformation of managers.
11/21/2016 by Ramesh Pala
I want to highlight the sprint planning meeting, because if we plan well as a team, then we can execute our sprint commitment well.
11/18/2016 by Bharath Suryakanthan
Software engineering is more a state of mind than a science or an art. Here are my best tips for building software — the right way.
11/17/2016 by Cornelius Parkin
I am sharing this article to describe my experience with UI and UX during project delivery, within a large enterprise. Audiences within large corporations, or those thinking of moving over to one, may find this article of most value.
11/17/2016 by Priya Yennam
In this article, I offer points to ponder in determining what makes a self-organized team. I also discuss the forces that affect the self-organizing capability of a team.
11/16/2016 by Adrian Sita
The sprint backlog is highly useful to the team in planning and monitoring progress. Here are what I've seen to be its key characteristics and benefits.
11/15/2016 by Jason Li
I'd like to share a story about how to gradually implement Scrum in a functional organization.
11/15/2016 by Durga Madiraju
I believe teams can use metrics to help themselves assess their user stories, sprints, and iterations, and thus make improvements as needed.
11/14/2016 by Ganesh Baniya
I embarked on a fitness plan using Agile, and one of my goals was to keep it simple enough that I could follow it myself and explain it to others — including those who don't study Agile.
11/11/2016 by Anand Kedia
I'd like to make a comparison between continuous integration and continuous delivery, along with the advantages of each.