The ten year mark just passed on the Agile Manifesto. It brought out
quite a lot of commentary from the Tribe Elders, and frankly, most of it
1 replies - 3740 views - 09/27/11 by Rob Williams in Articles
This is sad. No, it's not sad, it's sick. I'm looking for ideas and
clear thinking about secure software maintenance. But I can't find
anything beyond a...
0 replies - 4959 views - 09/27/11 by Jim Bird in News
Before the “Professional Scrum Foundations”
course ever existed I was tasked with delivering a practical Scrum
foundation course for our customers. I...
2 replies - 7014 views - 09/23/11 by Martin Hinshelwood in News
I was first introduced to outsourcing
many years ago when dealing with a client that liked using an Indian
consulting company. At that time, around the...
3 replies - 5271 views - 09/23/11 by Robert Diana in News
good engineer thinks in reverse and asks himself about the stylistic
consequences of the components and systems he proposes” – Helmut...
0 replies - 7667 views - 09/21/11 by David Bland in News
Technical debt is usually perceived as a measure of expediency.
Source: JulesH, Wikipedia, A control flow graph of a simple function
borrow a little...
1 replies - 7126 views - 09/19/11 by Israel Gat in News
I’ve written a lot of blog posts in the past about pair programming and the advantages that I’ve seen from using this technique but lately I find myself...
4 replies - 6082 views - 09/14/11 by Mark Needham in Articles
At the Agile 2011 we celebrated the 10th
anniversary of the Agile Manifesto. One...
0 replies - 4532 views - 09/10/11 by Jim Highsmith in News
“A talented employee may join a company because of
its charismatic leaders, its generous benefits, and its world class
training programs, but how long...
1 replies - 6425 views - 09/10/11 by Esther Derby in News
I was asked a good question by a colleague a couple of days ago.
On p419 of my book
Jez and I show and I describe a “Configuration and Release Management...
0 replies - 6125 views - 09/09/11 by Dave Farley in News
Let me begin by saying that I am an agile believer and as a team player I
enjoy this methodology much more than the traditional waterfall
1 replies - 5701 views - 09/06/11 by Andrew Salvadore in Articles
When I first joined DRW I noticed
that the vast majority of developers were not pair-programming. I was
surprised that a company that employed so many...
2 replies - 6165 views - 09/01/11 by Jay Fields in Articles
Joshua Kerievsky posted this most excellent table illustrating some of the differences between Agile and Lean Startup.
I think this is so awesome because it...
4 replies - 4796 views - 08/30/11 by Abby Fichtner in News
In the past year or so, I've spent more time than not trying to
find really good "agile testers" to hire. In this search, I have also
4 replies - 8156 views - 08/30/11 by Dawn Cannan in News
There has been some discussion recently on the Zend Framework mailing
list around release cycles. I proposed a release cycle of six months
1 replies - 5676 views - 08/28/11 by Bradley Holt in News