Planning Poker (AKA the Grenning game) is a relatively popular agile tool for making estimates on a project. Each team member is handed the same set of...
0 replies - 8142 views - 03/09/12 by Tony Siciliani in Articles
Customers don’t know what they want. Stop expecting customers to know what they want.
A couple of months ago I attended a presentation
1 replies - 5252 views - 02/27/12 by Matt Cottingham in Articles
The 7 habits of highly effective people is an influential and best-selling book which coined terms such as proactivitiy. I'm a developer by day, so I wondered...
0 replies - 46688 views - 02/21/12 by Giorgio Sironi in Articles
No matter the name, the intention of the role is to help teams learn
new skills, continuously improve, and make the transition to a new way
1 replies - 3885 views - 02/20/12 by Esther Derby in Articles
If you work with a bunch of agile minded developer's, you often hear the
phrase "That's not Agile!" It's quite humorous to hear, because it...
1 replies - 6258 views - 02/11/12 by Nirav Assar in Articles
Etsy used Gource, a software version control visualization tool to map Chef Repo. Software projects are displayed by Gource as an animated tree with the
0 replies - 5085 views - 01/26/12 by Chris Smith in Videos
“Are you pair programming?”
our manager asked in his snarky tone, while using exaggerated double
air quotes to emphasize his skepticism. He then walked...
7 replies - 22284 views - 01/26/12 by David Bland in News
Two key ideas underlying modern Agile development practices. First, that work can be done more effectively by Whole Teams
in which people work together...
0 replies - 4808 views - 01/24/12 by Jim Bird in Articles
A few weeks ago Chris Matts wrote an interesting blog post ‘the language of risk‘ in which he describes an approach he used to explain the processes his...
0 replies - 3273 views - 01/13/12 by Mark Needham in Articles
Maybe it’s all the time I spend with startups, but while I strongly
value Scrum’s ideas behind self-organizing teams & continual
feedback – I...
2 replies - 11501 views - 01/11/12 by Abby Fichtner in Articles
This blogpost provides a summary of different ways to share a git
repository. Depending on your needs you can opt for different solutions.
7 replies - 17821 views - 01/11/12 by Patrick Debois in News
Is Agile the same as Lean? When people say “agile” do they really
mean Scrum? Or do people still use different types of agile – and if so,
1 replies - 11439 views - 01/03/12 by Abby Fichtner in Articles
Fact: putting a skirt on a Gorilla doesn't make it any more graceful
Are your agile initiatives Gorillarinas?
If you're working in a...
0 replies - 3378 views - 12/29/11 by Michael Mainguy in Articles
I like continuous integration. A lot. I started being an aficionado
of continuous integration back in my senior year of university . It was
my very first...
1 replies - 6589 views - 12/23/11 by Johanna Rothman in Articles
Thanks to the Lean Startup movement, Iterationless Development and Continuous Deployment
have become the New New Thing in software development methods....
5 replies - 6918 views - 11/30/11 by Jim Bird in Articles