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#50 Scrum Refcard: How well do you know Scrum?

04.20.2009
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Scrum is an iterative, incremental software development framework commonly used with agile software development. This Refcard provides a concise overview of the structure of roles, meetings, rules and artifacts within a Scrum organization – it is the definitive cheat sheet for any development manager or software team that is currently using or planning to use Scrum.

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Michael James, Danube Technologies, Inc. Michael is a software process mentor, team coach, and Scrum trainer with a focus on the engineering practices (TDD, refactoring, continuous integration, pair programming) that allow agile project management practices. He is also a recovering “software architect” who still loves good design. Many other articles from Michael can be found at http://danube.com/blog/michaeljames

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Panagiota Virgioti replied on Wed, 2009/04/29 - 7:51am

Great work! Very useful for SCRUM beginners!!!

Nguyen Ngoc Tu replied on Fri, 2009/05/22 - 11:22pm

I'd like scrum!!

john green green replied on Tue, 2009/09/15 - 11:44am

very helpful. Thanks!!
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john green green replied on Fri, 2009/11/27 - 12:04pm

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