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6/6/2016 by Michael McCalla
Technical debt is a natural product of traditional and Waterfall behaviors in which the development and QA teams are held to the fire to meet a project delivery date. And make no mistake: Technical debt puts the business at risk.
6/3/2016 by Graham Bishton
I recently had an idea about how we could use the children's card game Happy Families to showcase the strengths of Scrum. I hope this description will showcase some of the the differences between Waterfall and Scrum methods.
6/3/2016 by Terry Harmer
Sometimes teams need a little help with deciding who will work on which task.
6/2/2016 by Anto Chellappa
A ScrumMaster is not someone who simply facilitates Scrum process/events and makes the team answer three questions in the Daily Scrum. The role is more than that, and I learned some of its other aspects the hard way.
6/2/2016 by Tina (Johnson) Gustafson
I am grateful that I participate in leadership assessments in the roles I've served in as a ScrumMaster and product owner. I'm will share the high-level valuable insights I've gained; perhaps they can be of help.
6/1/2016 by Vijay Bandaru
If you are a product owner, you know that to be successful and continuously deliver awesome products, you must manage your product backlog effectively. Here are some tips to help.
5/31/2016 by Muhammad Irfan Azam
Discussion about Scrum usually focus on the ScrumMaster or product owner. For a successful transition, however, the development team must also go through a transition phase in which they have to change the way they write code.
5/31/2016 by Samantha Webb
There is a wave of advocacy among my ScrumMaster peers that you may have seen if you participate in some of the Agile conversations on Twitter under #pubretro.
5/26/2016 by Saumya Nigam
We don’t aim for absolutely accurate estimates. So the obvious question is, what in fact are we looking for?
5/26/2016 by Srividya Natarajan
Our team delivered value every sprint because of the way it was organized across on-site and offshore offices. We had a highly motivated team. Here I highlight some of the factors that led to the success of the project.