Agile 2009 takes place in Chicago
from August 24th - 28th. The call for papers is closed, and the agenda
has been developed. The conference is composed of 20...
0 replies - 5081 views - 05/14/09 by Kirk Knoernschild in News
Architecture is an overloaded term these days, and one that is not
always easy to define. There's also a myth surrounding architecture and
agile methods -...
2 replies - 12179 views - 05/13/09 by Kirk Knoernschild in News
Jurgen Appelo has published the results of his agile practices survey. The information he collected was sizeable, valuable, and interesting. There were a few...
1 replies - 7257 views - 05/12/09 by Kirk Knoernschild in News
In this presentation, Jurgen Appelo talks about agility and the 12 laws of software development. Among other topics, he talks about motivation,...
1 replies - 6209 views - 04/21/09 by Kirk Knoernschild in Videos
When we talk about scaling agile... we are really talking about how to
coordinate the activities of many small teams to do the business of the
0 replies - 1466 views - 04/20/09 by Mike Cottmeyer in News
A couple of years have passed since Corey Ladas commented on the limitations
of the basic form of the daily stand-up, or daily Scrum, when we begin
1 replies - 4563 views - 04/16/09 by Dave Nicolette in News
I've written quite a bit about various aspects of estimating in agile software development. I think it's about time I joined up the dots...PRODUCT BACKLOGThe...
0 replies - 3500 views - 04/06/09 by Kelly Waters in News
I decided to do another article collection post. As I mentioned in the last post that
I am extremely busy these days as we're preparing to launch the...
0 replies - 6975 views - 04/03/09 by Arnon Rotem-gal-oz in News
There's been a lot said about certification lately. I think it's a
natural outgrowth of Agile's growing popularity. Unfortunately, I think
it's also an...
2 replies - 4219 views - 04/01/09 by James Shore in News
These past few weeks at Lean Dog Software, there have been two project teams working on the main deck...er, that is, in the main room
of the boat; the room...
1 replies - 2207 views - 03/31/09 by Dave Nicolette in News
It is well-known that difficult goals are best achieved when people work in small teams of under ten people.
Various agile methods were created based on this...
0 replies - 3793 views - 03/30/09 by Jurgen Appelo in News
Recently, I’ve been working with a
software enterprise helping them tune their agile process to better
align the agile teams to the broader enterprise...
1 replies - 2753 views - 03/27/09 by Dean Leffingwell in News
About 10 years ago I recall studying profusely so that I might pass
my Java programmer's certification exam. I purchased a copy of an exam
cram book that had...
14 replies - 6501 views - 03/20/09 by Kirk Knoernschild in News
A core tenet of agile methodologies is to help teams deliver software more quickly. But with the plethora of agile practices available to choose from, teams...
1 replies - 9724 views - 03/16/09 by Kirk Knoernschild in News
you are going to embrace any form of agile, you need to start by
thinking about your teams as the elemental building blocks of your
0 replies - 2386 views - 03/12/09 by Mike Cottmeyer in News
In Big Teams & Agility, I talked about a macro process for agile development on large teams (those up to, possibly exceeding, 100 developers). The article...
1 replies - 6726 views - 03/12/09 by Kirk Knoernschild in News
1 replies - 12434 views - 03/02/09 by Burk Hufnagel in Book Reviews
Brooks’s law of adding manpower to a late software project makes it later
is one most of us have tried to prove wrong... and failed!
I was at Agile...
2 replies - 5920 views - 10/11/08 by Richard Sharpe in News
Some people tell me that "you cannot motivate a person". You can only "remove the impediments that prevent a person from being motivated"....
3 replies - 2539 views - 10/08/08 by Jurgen Appelo in News
ThoughtWorks released a "beta" of Twist, a new commercial functional
testing platform for software teams. Twist features a design
2 replies - 8704 views - 09/30/08 by Frank Cohen in Announcements