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Introduction To Scrum

This post is an introduction to Scrum, one of the Agile methods to drive software application implementation. Reading this post is a prerequisite to this post. ConceptsScrum projects deliver software application features ite ...
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Introduction To Agile Principles

This post is a reminder about Agile principles. It is also an introduction for those who want to learn about it. The Agile principles were initially proposed in 2001 in the Manifesto for Agile Software Development which defines 4 ...
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Predictability – Making Promises you can Keep

Speed – being first to market, rapid innovation and conducting fast cheap experiments – is critically important to startups and many high tech firms. This is where Lean Startup ideas and Continuous Deployment come in. And this ...
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My thoughts on Agile

The seeds that you plant at the beginning of an organization’s life influences how the organization grows over time. I think it’s safe to say that you have some macro goals:Predictability: you as managers want to pre ...
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Building Both Security and Quality In

One of the important things in a Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) is to feed back information about vulnerabilities to developers. This post relates that practice to the Agile practice of No Bugs. The Security Incident Respons ...
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Transition to Agile, Large Technical Debt, Small Project

Many months ago, Rebecca asked an interesting question about technical debt in projects. She asked, How to start when there’s a really big mess? In that case, small, just being a professional clean-up acts may not even make a de ...
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Using Story Mapping For Defining Business Requiremets

Story mapping is a lightweight and collaborative approach to defining and structuring user requirements. Story mapping involves describing the system as a list of features that provide a sequential story of requirements in a user- ...
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Use Cases for Iterative Development

Almost everything I’ve read about use cases focuses on describing what needs to be added to your product. Agile development says “get it working first, make it better second.” That means changing the way the software enabl ...
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Agile Estimation, Prediction, and Commitment

Your boss wants a commitment. You want to offer a prediction. Agile, you say, only allows you to estimate and predict – not to commit. ”Horse-hockey!” your boss exclaims, “I want one throat to choke, and it will be your ...
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Agile development articles on Java Code Geeks

Agile denotes the quality of being agile, ready for motion, nimble. Agile Development methods are attempting to offer an answer to the eager business community asking for lighter weight along with faster and nimbler soft ...
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