Recently, I wrote about how software development processes do not fail, the people involved with the projects fail.
The idea in that post was that the...
0 replies - 4579 views - 11/10/10 by Robert Diana 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 - 5188 views - 11/04/10 by Mike Cohn in Articles
I want to discuss a foundational topic that influences the management of
software development: commitment. In particular I’m looking at this
2 replies - 1600 views - 11/04/10 by Jon Archer in News
An old folk tale goes like this:
A shop owner was in his house when he heard a heavy cart
rolling outside. Curious, he called one of his servants...
0 replies - 1218 views - 11/03/10 by Krishna Kumar in News
Developers typically have one or more indispensable books that they have always kept close at hand when diving deep into the coding realm. But which ones are...
0 replies - 19142 views - 09/27/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
Today we’re going to learn a little about zombie stakeholders.
Now, I know you’re a little apprehensive. You don’t believe in zombies. You believe...
1 replies - 1560 views - 09/24/10 by Derek Huether in News
DZone recently caught up with Mary Poppendieck, agile thought leader and author of the award-winning book "Lean Software Developmet: An Agile...
0 replies - 7489 views - 09/20/10 by Nitin Bharti in Articles
I’ve been working on agile program management and a colleague emailed
me about his program. He’s having trouble seeing how to do agile on a
1 replies - 1372 views - 09/15/10 by Johanna Rothman in News
“Lean” and “waste” are now two of the most fashionable
buzzwords in software development, but what do they mean? How can we...
1 replies - 12386 views - 09/07/10 by Alberto Gutierrez in Articles
Working together day after day is an intense human experience,
with all the glories and warts that emerge from constant interaction...
1 replies - 19229 views - 08/18/10 by Lyssa Adkins in Articles
Job adverts often pay lip service to terms such as “must be
proactive”, or “self motivated” and various other platitudes. Yet...
1 replies - 1690 views - 08/01/10 by Wille Faler in News
Everyone on an
agile team is a tester. Anyone can pick up testing tasks. If that’s true, then
what is special about an agile tester? If I define myself as...
0 replies - 14145 views - 07/26/10 by Nitin Bharti in Articles
Ostensibly originating in Rebel Without a Cause
the game of chicken entails a test of courage between two or more
individuals. Each participant is seated...
0 replies - 1687 views - 07/22/10 by Peter Schuh in News
In my post a few weeks back on How
to Start the Next Recovery Project I asserted that I will take the
following four steps the next time I take on a...
0 replies - 1303 views - 07/21/10 by Peter Schuh in News
Risk management is a central part of traditional project management
and is included as one of the knowledge areas in the Project Management
0 replies - 4891 views - 07/19/10 by Mike Cohn in News