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1/30/2015 by Binesh K
Timeboxing is common in software development, for instance when you are managing projects. In fact, timeboxing is critical in Scrum.
1/30/2015 by Samuel Nadarajan
When I first started working for my company, we had recently doubled in size over the previous year. The partners recognized that being larger made it more difficult for individuals to know what was happening across different parts of the company.
1/29/2015 by Dharmesh Shah
These days everyone uses the word "Agile" to mean different things, to their own advantage.
1/29/2015 by Boon Nern Tan
Pair programming? Two people staring at one PC screen, using one keyboard and one mouse? Why would companies hire two individuals to work on the same thing?
1/28/2015 by Michael Barone
When we analyze traditional Waterfall application development projects post-release, it is easy to see that, not too long into the development life cycle, team productivity plateaus and eventually declines. Agile works differently. . . .
1/28/2015 by Han van Loon
I want to propose a new visual paradigm for depicting uncertainty in a project using Scrum.
1/27/2015 by Deepak Joshi
I am Waterfall. You must have read a lot about me and have probably used or may still be using my method in your projects. I have lived a very fascinating life.
1/27/2015 by Mike McLaughlin
Why aren't self-organizing teams allowed to self-organize?
1/26/2015 by Anjuan Simmons
While I generally use a soft touch when helping teams transition from Waterfall development to practicing Scrum, I sometimes have to aggressively help a development team embrace the basics of Scrum. . . .
1/26/2015 by Rajeev Kumar Gupta
There is a lot of scope for any Scrum team to experiment with its activities. One such experiment can be peer feedback.