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1/25/2016 by Khurram Shahzad
1/25/2016 by Mohammed Haji
1/22/2016 by Yann Guedec
When we consider the corporate culture-change process started by our community, management denial of the value of Agile today looks like the denial phase in the Kübler-Ross curve.
1/22/2016 by Ravi Sankar Konidena
In this article, I'll discuss two aspects of Scrum: the software development approach and Agile-based software testing. There are advantages and disadvantages to using them together to achieve better software quality.
1/22/2016 by Kaushik Saha
Let's look at how the Queueing Theory, or Little's Law, applies in a Kanban situation.
1/20/2016 by Sayi Sarat Chandra Parvatam
Like any new approach, Agile has evolved from problems in the old models that have been considered and corrected. But there is also something in Agile that makes it unique and special, compared with previous models of software development.
1/19/2016 by Alhad Akole
Whenever I conduct training for new teams, most of the senior members/managers ask me numerous questions about story points and hours of effort. Here are some of the experiences I've run into, and answers I've developed.
1/19/2016 by Darshit Desai
They say marriages are made in heaven. But in any part of the world, the marriage ceremony requires a lot of planning, team effort, bonding, budgeting, and a realistic goal. Here's a look at using Scrum to plan an Indian wedding.
1/18/2016 by Eve Reed-Hill
Being action oriented and having the ability to stimulate results are not the only aspects of good leadership in an Agile environment.
1/18/2016 by Vikram Singh
One of the key advantages of adopting an Agile work flow is the team's ability to estimate new work effectively. But unless all team members participate actively, the ability of the team as a whole to estimate new stories will develop much more slowly.