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Version Control for distributed Agile

Written by , May 29, 2011

One of the very active and articulate persons in the global Agile community is Henrik Kniberg. On any subject he writes, if you are a beginner, you will of course find a wealth of information which will ease the way for you, and even of you are a veteran; he is still able and articulate [...]

No easy road to Agile cultural change

Written by , May 15, 2011

We, veterans we know that we are always in need of more optimization, and we are always looking for the best way to do it. So assuming that Agile is really the way to go, and assuming we are embracing the desired process (hey my backlog is all ready, my sprint backlog is ready, I [...]

Sprint Backlog

Written by , May 15, 2011

Well, we have scoped out the project, the releases, we have the product backlog all listed, we have priorities defined. Sometimes the most difficult next step is to go from that point to the next, which is actually define the sprint backlog and make it work. I always like to listen and read Mike Cohn’s. [...]

How do we make sure that we meet deadlines?

Written by , May 11, 2011

We want to optimize our processes, we need to save resources and meet deadlines. I think it is interesting to see that traditional tiger teams or crash programs remind us some the things thaAgile preaches. Please read teh following article.  http://scalingsoftwareagility.wordpress.com/2008/01/21/meeting-deadlines-%E2%80%9Ctiger-teams%E2%80%9D-vs-agile-project-management-practices/

Scrum is a Major Management Discovery

Written by , May 10, 2011

I think the attahced article accurately depicts my sentiments on the Scrum Methodology. It is a very efficinet tool to manage the development process and turn it as optimal as possible. Please see the following arcticle: http://blogs.forbes.com/stevedenning/2011/04/29/scrum-is-a-major-management-discovery/