Last week Uncle Bob
Martin wrote about seven
“serious flaws” in Scrum. I usually agree with Bob, but not this
time. Actually, I might even feel a bit...
1 replies - 2354 views - 03/08/10 by Jurgen Appelo in News
To some extent, I think that Scrum is going through an identity
crisis. Part of what has made Scrum so successful is its simplicity.
We've got three...
0 replies - 1131 views - 03/08/10 by Mike Cottmeyer in News
Today, the Eclipse Mylyn project is announcing a major restructuring with the creation of several different sub-projects for each key Application Lifecycle...
2 replies - 22068 views - 03/08/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
One of the goals that my colleagues and I urge on our clients is
that of a completely automated deployment process. Automating your
0 replies - 13515 views - 03/05/10 by Martin Fowler in News
Recently I’ve read a very interesting post by Anna Forss called “Stupidity of
the Team”. While Anna concludes, that it’s healthy to introduce...
1 replies - 9578 views - 03/04/10 by Michael Dubakov in News
My essay on the
problems with acceptance testing caused a bit of a furor. (Gojko
Jeffries.) The biggest criticism was...
1 replies - 11825 views - 03/03/10 by James Shore in News
Implementing agile is easy when the group has some experience with its
principles. The hard part (maybe the hardest part) of introducing agile
0 replies - 10425 views - 03/03/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
Mark Crowe is the Director of Product Management at VersionOne. His company's most recent release includes the launch of the Ultimate Edition, which features...
0 replies - 10484 views - 03/02/10 by Eric Hagan in Videos
A lot of organizations transitioning to agile are focused on getting planning and communication practices in place, but they tend to neglect engineering...
0 replies - 14277 views - 03/02/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
Modeling is not the preserve of plan-driven methods, and the problems
sometimes encountered lie not with modeling per se but with overdosing
on models and...
0 replies - 3878 views - 03/01/10 by Nitin Bharti in Videos
This article provides a high level view of the motivations behind the Savara open source project, and the Testable Architecture methodology upon which it is...
0 replies - 9675 views - 03/01/10 by Steve Ross-talbot in Articles
Kai Gilb started a series of
posts that challenge Agile Software Development. Part 2 is about creativity
and “how well” focus in software development....
2 replies - 1113 views - 03/01/10 by Michael Dubakov in News
There's been interest in "scaling Agile" since the beginning of the
movement, but most of the early discussion was theoretical. There wasn't
3 replies - 2948 views - 02/26/10 by James Shore in News
In order to stay competitive with Oracle and IBM in the development
tools arena, Microsoft has plans to invest and continue investing in
several key areas...
6 replies - 5349 views - 02/25/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
Recently I’ve come across a post on harmfulness of analogies
with martial arts. Indeed, there’s a handful of posts comparing
software development, or...
1 replies - 1068 views - 02/25/10 by Olga Kouzina in News