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Venkatesh Kris...02/19/13
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What Can Boeing Learn From Agile Methods?

The Boeing 787 Dreamliner’s grounding issue is currently the talk of the town. Do you think that Boeing has ignored some fundamental principles of product development?

Vijay Narayanan02/19/13
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5 Tips to Co-Create Reusable Components

Want to envision, design, and implement reusable software components that your development community will enthusiastically adopt? Co-create! Here are 5 tips to leverage co-creation when driving systematic reuse initiatives:

Mitch Pronschinske02/19/13
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DZone Links You Don't Want To Miss (2/19/13)

Prepare to be blessed with 40+ interactive design trends along with a sweet map of all the meteor strikes since 2,300 BCE. Plus, the reasons why Chef now uses Erlang and Postgres.

Giorgio Sironi02/18/13
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PHP streams for everything

The stream extension of PHP is one of the batteries included in its packaging: a uniform interface to access many different types of data, relying on the common abstraction of a stream (not unlike, for example, Java's InputStream and OutputStream).

Anders Abel02/18/13
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Scrum – Nowhere to Hide

Scrum as a methodology is very transparent, everything is done in open sunlight where everyone can view. Following the spirit of scrum, everything is open for all stake holders to watch.

Roman Pichler02/18/13
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The Scrum Startup

Reflecting on more than ten years of experience using agile techniques to create products and helping organizations establish Agile, I am convinced that combing the introduction of Scrum with a new product development effort and setting up the Scrum team as an incubator can facilitate product and process success.

Jurgen Appelo02/18/13
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The 10 Intrinsic Desires

In Management 3.0 classes I let participants play an exercise called Moving Motivators, which uses the CHAMPFROGS model for intrinsic motivation. This model is loosely based on the book The 16 Basic Desires by Steven Reiss.

Mitch Pronschinske02/18/13
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DZone Links You Don't Want To Miss (2/18/13)

Have a peek at Steve Yegge's 2004 predictions (Wow, were those different times!) and Facebook's "Ginormous Data" operation that 'keeps everything'. Plus Bruce Lawson on the big WebKit switch for Opera, the world's youngest game programmer, and the most annoying homemade gadget.

Kane Mar02/18/13
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How Scrum 101 Was Made

I’ve always been fascinated by how different websites work and the technologies behind them, so I thought I’d briefly discuss how Scrum101 is put together and what drives it.

Jim Bird02/17/13
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Sooner or Later: Deliver Early or Minimize Waste

When it comes to planning out details, putting off decisions to just-in-time makes sense. But when it comes to designing and implementing important parts of the system, especially technical plumbing and cross-cutting work, doing something sooner is almost always better than later.

Johanna Rothman02/17/13
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Ever Have a Bad Manager Day?

I once told one of my employees to leave his emotions at the door. Yes, I really said that. Luckily, he was smarter than I was. He said, “That’s like leaving an arm or a leg. Which one of those would you like me to leave at home today?”

Caleb Jenkins02/16/13
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Scaling Scrum with UX

Caleb Jenkins takes us through the user experience of scrum and reviews the purpos of having a 'scrum of scrums', a coordination team, and a product owner team.

Roman Pichler02/16/13
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Working with the Product Vision Board

To help product owners and teams decide if and how to progress an idea, I have developed a tool called the Product Vision Board. The board captures important assumptions that influence the product success, and it allows teams to start testing and refining their ideas.

Mitch Pronschinske02/15/13
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DZone Links You Don't Want To Miss (2/15/13)

A new definition for NoSQL, an amazing Java library (but not really), and a new HTML5 mobile game development platform. Plus a 2 year hiatus for the LHC, developer valentines, and flying saucers.

Mitch Pronschinske02/15/13
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Lean Startup Lightning Talk

Watch as David Bland from BigVisible talks Lean Startup in the Enterprise. It's a short 5-minute lightning talk.