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12/31/2014 by Deepak Joshi
Scrum itself provides room for some calculated modifications. However, before applying such modifications, pros and cons must be considered.
12/29/2014 by Farrukh Saeed
One of the core values of Agile development is working software over comprehensive documentation. A common perception is that Agile methods such as Scrum hinder the process of documentation. In reality, there is always an opportunity for Agile teams to create sufficient and valuable documentation.
12/29/2014 by Mike McLaughlin
This way of working is based on values of self-respect, respect for others, trust, and courage. Let's talk about that last value a bit more . . . courage.
12/23/2014 by Gene Gendel
Imagine: You are about to form a new feature team that is composed of bright, cross-functional experts, self-motivated and self-managed. . . .
12/23/2014 by Primitivo Cachero Viejo
We always hear that Agile teams should be self-managed and multidisciplinary. What does that mean?
12/22/2014 by Eugi Bartolo
I am aware this will probably sound a bit outrageous to many Agile purists, but I would like to give my reasons why Agile can exist in a non-Agile project.
12/22/2014 by Ravishankar N
Though in theory the DevOps concepts (such as continuous deployment) could be applied in any model, the true benefits are well pronounced and feasible in an Agile mode of solution delivery.
12/19/2014 by Deepak Joshi
We've often experienced programmers writing code and the task working perfectly, but later, while we integrated that code with the rest of the application, we faced unexpected results. . . .
12/19/2014 by Vijay Bandaru
I was part of a large-scale Agile transformation recently. It was a great learning experience, and I want to share my experience of the transformation.
12/18/2014 by Robert Boyd
I often find that how work gets from the customer to the team is neglected or poorly understood. I would like to talk about this process and provide a framework for you and your organization to experiment with.