This is your chance to hear about the Ugly harsh realities, the Bad
news and the Good opportunities for Agile. In many ways this concludes
the past months...
1 replies - 1867 views - 05/18/11 by Michael Sahota in News
When it comes to practicing what you preach as a software company, ThoughtWorks Studios is a prime example of an organization that eats its own dogfood. ...
1 replies - 9659 views - 05/18/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
A new article on business analysis and agile
based on interviews with a group of people including Ken Schwaber,
Alistair Cockburn, Ellen Gottesdiener, and...
1 replies - 2263 views - 05/17/11 by Roman Pichler in News
Feedback cycles are very important in software development process.
To create cool products we need to get feedback as early as possible,
and we need this...
1 replies - 2095 views - 05/17/11 by Michael Dubakov in News
People who work in software are smart people who take pride in their
abilities to understand complex information and solve difficult
problems. But much of...
1 replies - 615 views - 05/17/11 by Esther Derby in News
A colleague of mine told me a bit ago that Red-green instead of Red-green-refactor was becoming an issue: many commits where made just when the green bar was...
0 replies - 14233 views - 05/17/11 by Giorgio Sironi in Articles
A while back I was contacted by a potential client who wanted to “go
agile.” But they wanted to do it in a deterministic manner. They
1 replies - 1094 views - 05/16/11 by Esther Derby in News
I woke up this morning to several blogs and tweets that all basically
had the same theme… estimation is bad, maturity models are bad, tools
1 replies - 822 views - 05/16/11 by Mike Cottmeyer in News
Since three months I have been working with others to create a
network of Agile and Lean thinkers and practitioners across Europe (ALE...
1 replies - 790 views - 05/16/11 by Jurgen Appelo in News
The second session that I attended at XP 2011 was Michael Feathers’
tutorial ‘Brutal Refactoring’ where he talked through some of the things
1 replies - 6487 views - 05/15/11 by Mark Needham in Articles
Scott Ambler started a minor brouhaha a couple weeks back when he rolled out his first draft of an Agile Process Maturity Model (APMM).
I’m not stepping in...
0 replies - 863 views - 05/15/11 by Peter Schuh in News
Building trust may seem mysterious—something that just happens or
grows through some unknowable process. The good news is there are
concrete actions that...
0 replies - 2552 views - 05/15/11 by Esther Derby in News
AgileTechDC is a wrap, and I wanted to take a moment to share my experiences there today.
First off, a big thanks to the folks at The College Board
0 replies - 734 views - 05/15/11 by David Bland in News
I recently sparred gently on twitter with Scott Ambler regarding an
assertion that repeatedly renegotiated schedules was evidence of
1 replies - 5342 views - 05/14/11 by Larry White in News
It is perhaps a myth, but an enduring one, that people and their pets
resemble one another. The same has been said of products and the teams
1 replies - 1626 views - 05/13/11 by Mike Cohn in News