A participant of of my last class in South Africa wrote in his blog: Read the full article (James Shore:The Decline and Fall of Agile), it was an eye-opener for me, and be careful, Scrum alone does NOT make you fully agile, it’s only a small step towards agility. Rick Tonoli Then I got an … weiterlesen →
You know Seth Godin, or? He wrotes Purple Cow, Meatball Sunday, Drip, Tribe and a tons of other cool books. He is a remarkable person. No he offered a very very cool internship for everybody who is willing to work for him during the next 6 month: (Seth Godin) I’m convinced that there are people … weiterlesen →
ScrumDesk is high visual tool created by Torin, a company from Slovak Republic, to help us manage projects with Scrum. Torin brougth to us a very distinct tool, with different ways to organize the features and as said earlier with a special care to visual solutions. Getting Started ScrumDesk organizes the features on a bar … weiterlesen →
I found an interesting information about Unit testing on MethodsandTools.com ———————————————————– Unit Testing: Still Widely Informal This poll examined how organizations perform unit testing. Is it an informal activity that is done before integration if there is some time left after programming or is it the key element of the development effort? The question was: … weiterlesen →
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This is a very interesting 4th question. From Henrik Daae. I like the idea for one reason: It keeps the urgency level of the team living. It might keep us focused on the goal.
Auf dem Scrum Gathering in Stockholm hatte Heiko Buttons mit der Aufschrift “Ich bin ein Impediment” verteilt. Die Teile waren von Anfang an ein Renner und daher hat Heiko sie jetzt in diesem Webshop zum Verkauf angeboten: Ich bin ein Impediment.