I recently attended a ThoughtWorks QTB – Rapid, Reliable Releases
(AKA It’s not making money until its in production) by Rolf Russell and
0 replies - 1560 views - 06/10/10 by Michael Sahota in News
The application lifecycle management project, Eclipse Mylyn, has finally added a connector for IBM's Rational Team Concert (RTC). Mylyn already features...
0 replies - 8295 views - 06/07/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
been a lot of discussion lately regarding which approach to software
development is better; some may say Waterfall, some may say Agile. The...
29 replies - 42536 views - 06/02/10 by Alberto Gutierrez in Articles
I am a selfish person. Though I gladly do things for
other people, and give stuff away for free, I tend to do that when I
believe I’m being good to...
1 replies - 1939 views - 06/01/10 by Jurgen Appelo in News
Subtitle: How we created and played a brand new game all in one
On Day 2 of DeepAgile,
Michael McCollough and Don McGreal got us started on with a...
1 replies - 1668 views - 05/28/10 by Michael Sahota in News
Being Agile is not the goal. Building better software that meets and
exceeds the true needs of it's users is. Your needs and environment are
0 replies - 1932 views - 05/26/10 by Nitin Bharti in Videos
TDD is sin… oops!! conventional TDD is sin(sounds much better than the previous statement :). I completely agree that TDD is the way to write a high quality...
0 replies - 3506 views - 05/24/10 by Ramsundar Kuppusamy in News
I've been rambling on for the past few
years about agile in larger, more complex enterprises. Quite often in
that discussion, I'll get asked to show a...
0 replies - 1873 views - 05/11/10 by Mike Cottmeyer in News
Being a good TTL is not it easy … what are the things that TTL needs
to have ?
Below are my convictions about this:
1) Solid Technical.
5 replies - 14325 views - 05/06/10 by Mohammad Juma in News
Leadership is a term used by many, but sometimes understood by only a
few. Again and again I feel compelled to question ideas about
leadership that seem to...
1 replies - 2233 views - 05/04/10 by Jurgen Appelo in News
One-way messages don’t count as “communication.” The
traditional way of thinking of communication as “the transmission
of information from one...
1 replies - 1044 views - 04/28/10 by Jurgen Appelo in News
SEMAT (Software Engineering Method
and Theory) is
an effort initiated by Ivar Jacobson, Bertrand Meyer, and Richard
Soley. Its stated aim is to...
1 replies - 1011 views - 04/20/10 by Martin Fowler in News
I sat through a great use case analysis session recently."Great"
because I saw lots of ways to derail a simple process. Eventually, we
0 replies - 4419 views - 04/15/10 by Steven Lott in News
I don't think you need Iteration Zero. "Iteration Zero" is the idea
that you should spend the first several weeks of a new Agile product...
1 replies - 1041 views - 04/15/10 by James Shore in News
In many organizations people are used to the idea that functional
managers are responsible for assisting people with their personal
1 replies - 2468 views - 04/14/10 by Jurgen Appelo in News
This is a review of Luke Hohmann’s excellent blog
series on Product Backlog Prioritization. As usual, I have captured
what I believe to be the salient...
1 replies - 1339 views - 04/12/10 by Michael Sahota in News
Kanban pioneer David Anderson recently submitted a manuscript of his new book for copy editing. The book is titled "Kanban - Successful Evolutionary...
1 replies - 7859 views - 03/28/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
In this presentation, recorded at Øredev 2009, Jens Østergaard examines why Scrum is so hard to implement.
He discusses failure modes for Scrum Master,...
0 replies - 4057 views - 03/16/10 by Nitin Bharti in Videos
Tech blogger and XML co-inventor, Tim Bray, recently posted about his new job with Google's Android development team. In his blog, which is now a "No-Evil...
0 replies - 22592 views - 03/15/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose
There’s so much room for observations and analogies in the evolution
of production trends. Analogies are not merely a candy for the brain.
0 replies - 2056 views - 03/15/10 by Olga Kouzina in News