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4 Agile Practices for Waterfall World

TweetIt’s pretty usual to see people from Agile world keep on bashing the Waterfall methodology because of its inherent problems. To be honest, a big majority of the organizations still work in Waterfall mode. So sometimes I used to think,

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Posted in Agile, Agile Adoption, People Management, Project Management, Scrum, TDD, Traditional IT, XP

When You Infer from Customer – "I Don't Know What I Want"

Posted in Agile, Methodologies, Project Management

Agile Maintenance – One Team Multiple Projects

TweetYou may land up in situations when a project is almost stable. For developers handling issues and enhancements for the project, the work available is not sufficient. So, when team is comfortable with the project and it’s already stabilized, team

Posted in Agile, Agile Maintenance, Patterns, Project Management, Scrum

Agile way of documentation!!!

TweetAs you enter into Agile world, a statement welcomes you – “Just do enough documentation”. For quite sometime, I was puzzled what we really mean by this. In my view “just-enough” is very ambiguous or abstract. You cannot quantify it.

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