Reducing variety is often not the right approach when trying to handle the complexity of the world.
I’m writing this text while I’m on a plane, which...
1 replies - 783 views - 04/07/11 by Jurgen Appelo in News
What is a Story Point ? A Story Point is a subjective unit of estimation used by Agile teams to estimate User Stories. What does a Story Point represent ? ...
1 replies - 9306 views - 04/07/11 by Martin Fowler in News
In a discussion on the Agile Alliance Linked In Group, Michael Moles asked how refactoring fit into the agile process.
The QuestionRefactoring: How does it...
1 replies - 968 views - 04/06/11 by Michael Norton in News
What is the recipe of a successful company? How to become an expert
in any discipline? People are struggling to get answers to these
questions. We have...
1 replies - 844 views - 04/06/11 by Michael Dubakov in News
At XPDays Benelux last November, Pascal Van Cauwenberghe told me that his main focus is to stop companies from doing Agile. I didn’t get it then. I think I...
0 replies - 12033 views - 04/06/11 by Michael Sahota in News
Shane Hastie and I taught our Working with Geographically Agile Teams
workshop last week in Sydney. One of the questions that arose is “What
tool do I...
1 replies - 1495 views - 04/05/11 by Johanna Rothman in News
A software project is a network of people, interacting together for their own purposes. We can see part of that network as the system of team...
2 replies - 962 views - 04/05/11 by Jurgen Appelo in News
I’m probably one of the biggest fans of Agile. Not because it’s one
of the hottest things going on right now in the development community.
1 replies - 1613 views - 04/05/11 by Steve Ciske in News
I’ve been writing about seeing systems, and got to thinking about a
company I did some work for a few years ago–because they were a great
1 replies - 1429 views - 04/04/11 by Esther Derby in News
Hiring is hard. It really is. There are not so many talented and
smart developers in the world, but there are lots of inexperienced,
1 replies - 933 views - 04/02/11 by Michael Dubakov in News
I recently set aside my analog wrist watch and started wearing a
runners watch. It’s accurate to the second on the face, and to a 100th
of a second on...
1 replies - 721 views - 04/02/11 by Esther Derby in News
They say that perfection is the enemy of the great and this is very
true in software development. I used to believe that there was no such
thing as the...
1 replies - 696 views - 04/01/11 by David Bernstein in News
Most of the time, people integrate into groups well enough that we
don’t really notice how it happens. But a recent rocky experience got
1 replies - 684 views - 04/01/11 by Esther Derby in News
One of the big wins of any agile method you pick… Scrum, Kanban,
Extreme Programming, AUP… is that you get a built-in ability to balance
1 replies - 663 views - 04/01/11 by Mike Cottmeyer in News
In my last post, I looked at how Agile Culture is about Collaboration and Cultivation.
Today, I am likely to ruffle a lot of feathers by observing that...
1 replies - 1428 views - 04/01/11 by Michael Sahota in News