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10/31/2017 by Shane Billings
10/30/2017 by Rohit Vaze
Traditionally, release planning is done based on effort estimations of the requirements. But in projects for which the requirements are at a high level without enough details, it becomes difficult to create a high-level release plan.
10/27/2017 by Shaila Prabhu Pernankila
I asked my Scrum Team to estimate user story A, and after a good game of Planning Poker, they came up with a number that was accurate and achieved. It felt like a great success — and that was when I woke up.
10/26/2017 by Dan Mirabella
One of the most valuable and often overlooked tools in the ScrumMaster’s toolbox is the Agile release plan.
10/25/2017 by Ramkumar Arumugam
Though there is lot of bias toward increasing velocity in every iteration (release more features faster), if there is no attention to quality, the system will soon become fragile and will not be able to sustain future scope changes.
10/24/2017 by Roopak Jain
Agile development is based on empiricism and thus does not recommend a watertight framework for practice. The learning organization disciplines provide a foundation for practicing Agile software development. We can see a strong correlation between Agile tenets and learning organization disciplines.
10/23/2017 by Saurabh Gupta
In this age of rapid, easily available online learning, business agility gets extra support.
10/20/2017 by Niranjan Nerlige V
I have found, in my own experience as a ScrumMaster, coach, and trainer, that facilitation is one of the chief responsibilities of a ScrumMaster. Here are three of my favorite techniques.
10/19/2017 by Arthur Moore
At the heart of Agile is delivery of business value. Search for its real meaning has become a sort of Agile Holy Grail. Yet when you step far enough back from any of our software development practices, we still seem to operate in the zone of simply “delivering features the customer likes.”
10/18/2017 by Roopak Jain
We have probably all heard the endless debate about whether the estimation of development work should be done in story points or in hours. . .