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10/15/2014 by Emilia Breton
Today Agile frameworks are being implemented by a wide variety of organizations. They often begin applying frameworks such as Scrum without fully integrating the principles behind the Agile Manifesto into their culture.
10/14/2014 by Molood Noori Alavijeh
Be honest and tell me if you have seen user stories that read something like this: "As a team member, I want to finish coding module XYZ so that it can be tested by the continuous integration team." If I were a developer, I would have a very hard time understanding why I should be writing this code.
10/13/2014 by Prakash Mallappa Pujar
What are the criteria for product backlogs to get short-listed for prioritization? Is it only the business priority? Think again.
10/13/2014 by Balachandra Sekhar M
I was thinking about how to answer a common question from team members: "Why do you think Scrum works better than our current model (Waterfall)?" Then I thought of an example that is nearer to a developer's mind.
10/10/2014 by Jimmy Mathew
To help people understand the relevance and use of reestimation, I like to give a small example. . . .
10/10/2014 by Syed Ali
There are lot of rules and definitions for successful and efficient user stories. INVEST is one of them, helping make a user story a possible deliverable in our sprints.
10/9/2014 by Robin Hackshall
In Scrum there is no formal event that covers the refinement of the product backlog. . . .
10/9/2014 by Sandeep Mukkara
I'd like to share a piece about how Agile principles need to be adopted by investment banks with large programs and teams spread across geographies in a follow-the-sun model. . . .
10/8/2014 by Tamma Rajkumar Manda
Soon [CQ] is going to be a crucial factor to be considered when recruiting a person for an Agile position, along with IQ and EQ.
10/8/2014 by Brian "Ponch" Rivera
As today's business environment becomes more complex and even hostile, it is no wonder that the simple tools fighter pilots use to win in their environment are helping companies survive in theirs. . . . Here, then, are the ways modern fighter pilots can contribute to organizations using Agile.