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1/4/2018 by Pratik Kothari
Let’s talk about what Agile can and cannot do for several common software development problems.
1/3/2018 by Khushboo Kapoor
In attempt to get away from "blame game" retrospectives, we tried the Radar Retrospective and found that it helped us find solutions and improve communication.
1/2/2018 by Pratik Kothari
The backlog provies a clear path for business and IT — but it is often poorly handled. Here are reasons why a backlog can fail, and how to fix it.
12/19/2017 by Samarjit Mishra
This is a collection of my experiences, and notes from others with whom I have worked, that discusses the pain points of an Agile transformation for a specific scenario.
12/18/2017 by Prabhakar Jha
I find a kickoff meeting to be a useful beginning to any new Agile project. Here are the topics I believe this meeting should cover.
12/15/2017 by Seeja Jiju
I will explain the ways to successfully deliver production-deployable code at the end of every sprint.
12/14/2017 by Swarna Jayaraman
I have been considering the ways in which Agile practices have impacted QA managers.
12/13/2017 by Arti Dhere
Some people would say that the best asset in every company is made up of its employees. However, hiring the right people is just one part of the process; molding and bringing out the best in them is another thing.
12/12/2017 by Abhijeet Verma
It’s not uncommon for a team to realize that there are inadequacies or gaps in their technical understanding of a story. That's when the team should form a spike.
12/11/2017 by Paul Lister
When watching the teams in the different Scrum rituals, it is apparent that often the team member with the loudest voice or biggest personality will dominate the conversation and decisions.