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A burn-down chart represents work left to do versus time available. It helps clarify whether the project is at risk. But I believe you don't need a chart to tell you these things.
6/2/2015 by Krishnaswamy Babu
An argument against emergent design is the possibility that it can lead to poor designs. An intelligent product owner can take charge and prevent these poor designs -- but how does he or she do it?
6/1/2015 by Anjon Roy
One of the shortfalls of the traditional ROI metric, as applied to MVPs, is that the high business value and low-effort levels are weighed proportionately to each other. Here's another approach.
6/1/2015 by Hui Sun Lee
Here I'll discuss several ways in which Scrum can help improve productivity.
6/1/2015 by MUTHYALA KALYAN
I would like to discuss the specific topic of velocity, including some common misconceptions and suggestions for overcoming them.
5/29/2015 by Mukta Telang
Process maturity is a beautiful concept -- it helps assess the maturity of an organization's processes to improve the development of software. Here I'll discuss how to map Agile principles to process maturity levels.
5/29/2015 by Mark Bondonese
I played rugby for a few semesters in college, and it never occurred to me that the name for an Agile process framework could have come from rugby's scrum. . . .
5/28/2015 by Zheng Kaili
Today our PO was absent for the planning meeting. None of us wanted to cancel the sprint planning, so we held the meeting as usual. . . .
5/28/2015 by Raj Kumar Sahu
If you are an Agilist, continuous improvement is in your DNA. Hence I would like to recommend an improved method of estimation, overcoming common challenges while fulfilling its purpose.
5/27/2015 by Bruno Silva
Testing is a vital part of software development. So why do we commonly call coders "software developers," but we don't call testers that as well?