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Agile is Not for Everyone

Someone asked me again about self-assessments for their agile transition. That got me thinking about this problem of transitioning to agile. I don’t believe agile is for everyone ...
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Why Scrum Won

In the 1990s and early 2000s a number of different lightweight ‘agile’ development methods sprung up. Today a few shops use Extreme Programming, including most notably ThoughtWorks ...
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Introduction To Extreme Programming (XP)

This post is an introduction to Extreme Programming (XP), another of the Agile methods for software application implementation. Reading this post is a prerequisite to this post. The ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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: ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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