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Story Mapping and/vs Process Maps

TweetOne of the key philosophies of Agile software development is to have information radiators visible on the wall so that the progress of the team as well as what team currently is working on gets clearly visible to anybody who

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Posted in Agile, Estimation, Scrum, User Story

Agile Offshore: Why Distributed Demo / Showcase is so Important?

TweetDemo is an integral and important part of Scrum ceremonies. Important because that’s the whole point of being Agile. You get early feedback from Product Owner and stakeholders and fine-tune the product if required. Also this is sometimes the only

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Posted in Agile, Distributed Agile, Scrum

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

What Motivates Scrum Team?

TweetEffectiveness of Scrum based team depends a lot on motivation level of team members. It’s important to understand the factors which motivate a Scrum team irrespective of the background of Scrum Master/Project Manager. I this post first I will focus

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The Need of Agile Architect in Scrum Team

TweetNobody can question if you implement the Agile practices in Waterfall projects. If you talk about XP practices in general, they are not really specific about any methodology. Pair-programming, CI, TDD etc all make sense in any methodology. However one

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Posted in Agile, Architecture, Patterns, Scrum

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

Knowledge Transfer in Agile Maintenance Projects

TweetWhen you think of inducting a new developer in existing project, it’s relatively easier to do it in an Agile software development project than in a traditional project. The atmosphere and programming culture is entirely different here compared to any

Posted in Agile, Agile Maintenance, Java, Multimedia, Patterns, Scrum
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