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Why Waterfall Was So Popular

Why Waterfall Was So Popular

Here is a look at why Waterfall was so popular in the early days of the software industry -- and how some of its effects still linger.

User Stories and Use Cases Combined

User Stories and Use Cases Combined

What are the purposes of user stories and use cases, and can they be combined?

Bringing Agility to a Distributed Agile Team

Bringing Agility to a Distributed Agile Team

We all know that distributed teams are a reality in today's business world -- and that they pose certain challenges. Here are some effective techniques for making distributed teams more Agile.

Do We Need Story Point Estimation for Technical and Spike User Stories?

Do We Need Story Point Estimation for Technical and Spike User Stories?

Most teams don't size technical and spike user stories. Is this the right approach?

Maximizing the Amount of Work Not Done

Maximizing the Amount of Work Not Done

Maximizing the amount of work not done is essential -- are you serious?

6 Ways to Make Using Agile on Client Projects Easier

6 Ways to Make Using Agile on Client Projects Easier

Agencies need to understand that clients don't always come with extensive knowledge and experience of Scrum or Agile. Here are 6 tips to help you make agency-client relationships fulfilling and effective for everyone involved.

Agile Estimation for Fixed-Date and Fixed-Scope Projects

Agile Estimation for Fixed-Date and Fixed-Scope Projects

Here are some of the formulas I use to estimate fixed-date and fixed-scope projects.

Invest in Building Trust

Invest in Building Trust

As someone once said, "Trust is the hardest thing to find and the easiest to lose." It is important that when a team has found trust among its members, that trust is vigilantly maintained.

No Estimates

No Estimates

Consider the question of no estimates. I have been reading about it, I have been questioned about it, and I strongly feel like adopting the idea.

Searching for a New Agile Framework to Collaborate with Offshore Teams?

Searching for a New Agile Framework to Collaborate with Offshore Teams?

Offshore teams have always been part of software development. But in this era, when Agile methods have an edge over traditional ones, offshore development calls for smoother collaboration among teams.

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