Scrum is beginning to emerge as an increasingly popular choice for organizations seeking to improve software quality, decrease time-to-market, and stay...
0 replies - 14277 views - 10/08/09 by Lyndsey Clevesy in Videos
I recently participated in a Scrum development discussion thread on
Yahoo Groups where one member new to Scrum asked the following: "Our
0 replies - 3015 views - 10/07/09 by Jack Milunsky in Articles
Many of us have come to love Scrum, including me. Scrum has been a
huge success overall and has turned many a development team around and
for the better. Yet...
3 replies - 3763 views - 09/29/09 by Jack Milunsky in Articles
One of the killers on software development projects is
Work-In-Progress. We have learned from the Lean experts, and from the
teachings on the Toyota...
0 replies - 5367 views - 09/08/09 by Jack Milunsky in Articles
Leading on from last week where I described that there are two main
parts to user stories, the user (or persona or role) and the story (a
0 replies - 3113 views - 09/01/09 by Jack Milunsky in Articles
Last week I established three good reasons to go with Story Points and
why they're so popular. This week I want to talk about one more
important aspect of...
0 replies - 2828 views - 08/19/09 by Jack Milunsky in Articles
Expecting your teams to estimate in Story Points can be quite a leap of
faith. When I first introduced the concept of Story Points at my
0 replies - 3204 views - 08/10/09 by Jack Milunsky in Articles
As the agile tools market continues to mature, more organizations are beginning to scale their development processes in ways that were previously not...
0 replies - 2251 views - 08/04/09 by Nitin Bharti in News
Today I'd like to share with you a really
important aspect of Agile software development - how to account for
bugs in your daily plans.
I am frequently...
0 replies - 2653 views - 07/05/09 by Jack Milunsky in Articles
Everything in Scrum is time boxed -
assuming you go by the book of course. Did you ever stop to wonder why?
The Sprint planning meeting is time boxed to...
0 replies - 5152 views - 05/05/09 by Jack Milunsky in Articles
Without doubt, Scrum has become a household
name in Software Development arenas. Scrum as we all know it today, is not an
acronym but derives from the game...
0 replies - 4823 views - 04/23/09 by Jack Milunsky in Articles
Scrum is a leading agile software development process. In coordination
with the recently published Scrum RefCard, DZone had the opportunity to chat with...
1 replies - 7275 views - 04/22/09 by Kirk Knoernschild in News
Scrum is an iterative, incremental software
development framework commonly used with agile software development.
This Refcard provides a concise overview of...
4 replies - 6708 views - 04/20/09 by Wei Ling Chen in Announcements
Kanban techniques have been successful in many different industries, especially ones that don't seem to fit with agile methodologies. IT application...
0 replies - 6778 views - 01/15/09 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
In this article, Victor Szalvay, co-founder of Danube Technologies, predicts that in the coming year, more businesses
engaged in software development will...
0 replies - 2477 views - 12/09/08 by Nitin Bharti in Articles