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 - 9271 views - 04/07/11 by Martin Fowler in News
80 rows and 25 columns were the measures of one of the most popular VGA text modes in the 1980s and 90s. Today we have far more powerful graphic cards, which...
15 replies - 7925 views - 04/07/11 by Giorgio Sironi in Articles
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 - 966 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 - 842 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 - 12022 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 - 1491 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 - 960 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 - 1612 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 - 1423 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 - 932 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 - 720 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 - 695 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 - 683 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 - 662 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 - 1424 views - 04/01/11 by Michael Sahota in News