10/24/2013 by David Caicedo
La primera vez que tuve que confrontar con el "refactoring" en una aplicación, fue un shock de emociones y disgustos, pues de hecho había que mejorar el código de alguien lo escribió de muy mala gana y encima tenía muchas funcionalidades que modificar y agregar. . . .
10/23/2013 by Lizzy Morris
How often to do you forget that you're dealing with fellow humans when a deadline is at the door? Never, Not Often, Sometimes, All the time?
10/23/2013 by Noman Rana
Today we will discuss not just how we implement but also how we measure and address the day-to-day management questions around different project scenarios, all by using Scrum -- yes, all by using Scrum. . . .
10/22/2013 by Anurag Prakash
How do we deal with bugs in Scrum? Do we size them? Do we add them to a separate backlog? Or do we assign them to a different team running Kanban?
10/21/2013 by Alexei Zolin
This article is about Agile, iterative and incremental delivery, and how it can take such different forms even when it is based on the same values and the same understanding of the underlying framework -- i.e., Scrum. . . .
10/18/2013 by Rohit Ratan Mani
I have been using Team Foundation Server (TFS) for managing Agile projects, and I would like to share my experiences. . . .
10/17/2013 by Mirko Kleiner
I’d like to present you my personal definition of "Distributed Scrum." Do not take it too seriously. But on the other hand, it's not so wrong, either. . . .
10/17/2013 by Joakim Sahlberg
The creation of a well-functioning team is not something that magically happens overnight. Building a team takes time and effort. Even though a big part of the team-building process is doing the day-to-day work, some of the other things that are required in creating a functional team don't happen by themselves. . . .
10/16/2013 by Gurtej Pal Singh
A brief look at the main characteristics of Agile, and its specific forms that are widely used today. . . .
10/16/2013 by Joe Vallone
Even experienced teams ask the same three questions in daily stand-up meetings. But are they the right questions? Are the answers to these questions really what we want to hear? I doubt it. . . .