I once worked with somebody who had the following pinned up on their
wall for easy reference during the many teleconferences in which they...
0 replies - 2449 views - 04/18/11 by Jon Archer in News
Yesterday’s blog post dealt with how to manage scope
for an agile project. Today I have to admit it was a bit of a setup.
It was designed to set up...
1 replies - 676 views - 04/16/11 by Bob Hartman in News
is becoming a popular agile tool. Indeed it is very good for software
projects of certain types. However, there is a danger of false reasons...
1 replies - 10709 views - 04/16/11 by Michael Dubakov in News
Is success or failure really a choice? I don’t think it is at all.
Pretty much no one chooses to fail. Unfortunately, we can’t just choose
0 replies - 994 views - 04/15/11 by Bob Hartman in News
This is a slightly longer than usual, rambling somewhat whimsical post.
Sorry about that. There is some good stuff toward the end though. Well I
0 replies - 828 views - 04/15/11 by Jon Archer in News
The source code for this episode is available here. Visit the Let's Play archive for more episodes.
0 replies - 713 views - 04/15/11 by James Shore in News
The source code for this episode is available here. Visit the Let's Play archive for more episodes! Many thanks to Danny Jones for figuring out the HD...
0 replies - 872 views - 04/14/11 by James Shore in News
An automated regression suite can play a vital role on a
software project, valuable both for reducing defects in production and
essential for evolutionary...
1 replies - 3376 views - 04/14/11 by Martin Fowler in News
Even today, in the 21st century, it’s rare for CEOs to steer their
companies into agile waters. Change is hard, scary and leads into the
1 replies - 5315 views - 04/13/11 by Daniel Ackerson in News
How do we get customers to participate in Agile development?
An Agile team is supposed to be able to move full speed ahead at all
times, making critical...
1 replies - 710 views - 04/13/11 by James Shore in News
In his recent blog post Banish “Priority” and “Prioritization” David Anderson (of Kanban fame) argues that prioritization of features
1 replies - 865 views - 04/12/11 by Jurgen Appelo in News
You really don’t want to be a small animal living in the Cottmeyer
house. We’ve tormented our share of Guinea Pigs, Hermit Crabs, Frogs,
and Fish. We...
1 replies - 978 views - 04/12/11 by Mike Cottmeyer in News
When I lead public workshops, I ask people what their experience with
with agile is. In the past, if I asked people if they were experienced
2 replies - 2774 views - 04/12/11 by Johanna Rothman in News
1. You don’t waste time on estimation
Estimation takes time. Even if you do planning poker and use story
points, it still takes time. What do you do to...
2 replies - 5771 views - 04/11/11 by Michael Dubakov in News
If you've read my previous posts on the subject you know that I love agile burn up charts for managing SCRUM style...
1 replies - 5529 views - 04/11/11 by Scott Leberknight in News