Although we mostly split the work on my project so that there aren't
too many dependencies between the teams in Chicago and Pune, there have
1 replies - 969 views - 11/11/10 by Mark Needham in News
rPath extends its Linux release automation strength to Windows
applicationsDeploying .NET and other Windows Applications is complex,
0 replies - 4908 views - 11/10/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Announcements
The original questionDuring the speaker panel at SCNA this past weekend, Chad Fowler (@chadfowler)
asked, "How many projects fail because of the...
3 replies - 2224 views - 11/10/10 by Michael Norton in News
What was all that rambling about Harmonic Mean?A while back, I posted a rambling entry about the impact of Harmonic Mean
on a team's performance. The post...
0 replies - 1000 views - 11/09/10 by Michael Norton in News
technical debt metric will not improve your tennis game. However, using
it could help you generate time for practicing the game due to its nine
1 replies - 3114 views - 11/08/10 by Israel Gat in News
Story FomatsI've been on numerous Agile projects with varying
methods for capturing stories. Quite popular (and purportedly the
ThoughtWorks standard) is...
1 replies - 1706 views - 11/08/10 by Michael Norton in News
Let's start with a definition of Lean software development:Lean software development is a translation of Lean manufacturing and Lean IT principles and...
0 replies - 3749 views - 11/08/10 by Giorgio Sironi in Articles
I'm just about to finish sprint four as the Scrum Master for a team that
has a higher than average number of distributed members. And I don’t
1 replies - 3192 views - 11/05/10 by Jon Archer in News
long-standing advice regarding transitioning to Scrum or any agile process has
been to start with a pilot project, learn from it, and then...
0 replies - 5383 views - 11/04/10 by Mike Cohn in Articles
Sometimes I like to start a project by doing a few hours of design
and then spend the rest of an iteration building a proof of concept.
Oftentimes I can...
1 replies - 907 views - 11/04/10 by David Bernstein in News
My (our) entry in the Agile elevator pitch competition:“[Agile]
Provides philosophy, techniques and tools to alleviate the pain of
2 replies - 1929 views - 11/04/10 by Allan Kelly in News
Recently Apple announced that it was deprecating its Java Virtual Machine (JVM) implementation. Ten years after promising to "make the Mac the best Java...
11 replies - 7293 views - 11/03/10 by Matt Stine in Articles
Esther Derby put together a nice post on the importance of design for a web site in which she asks, "Are we aiming too low?"
Agile methods manage...
1 replies - 1211 views - 11/03/10 by Michael Norton in News
Kind of ironic that the sophomore outing from one of the most
successful bands of the last 20 years was a complete disaster. (There
are 2 good songs on it:...
0 replies - 2491 views - 11/02/10 by Rob Williams in News
my series about the 7
key principles of lean software development, here are my comments
on Lean Principle #4 - Defer...
0 replies - 2487 views - 11/01/10 by Kelly Waters in News
I want to discuss a foundational topic that influences the management of
software development: commitment. In particular I’m looking at this
0 replies - 941 views - 10/29/10 by Jon Archer in News
Software developers are infamous for not being good estimators. They
say programmers have three timelines they work with: “done”, “not
1 replies - 3052 views - 10/28/10 by David Bernstein in News
Oh, you know that project. That project that just won’t die. It is all that is unholy in the world of project management.
2 replies - 1895 views - 10/28/10 by Derek Huether in News
I wrote earlier in the week about the benefits of having a physical story wall on a distributed team and in the process of getting one in place on the project...
1 replies - 1067 views - 10/27/10 by Mark Needham in News
You’ve seen the job description:
Project Manager / ScrumMaster
- Must have knowledge of traditional project management
- CSM preferred
- PMP nice to...
7 replies - 5506 views - 10/26/10 by David Bland in News