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3 Styles of agile (part 2)

In my last entry I set out what I call “3 Styles of Agile – Iterative, Incremental and Evolutionary.” In this entry I’d like to discuss the model as a whole. Lest anyone ...
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Don’t let Somebody Else’s Technical Debt take you Under

There’s a lot written about technical debt: what technical debt is and the different kinds of technical debt, how to avoid taking on debt unnecessarily when designing and coding and ...
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#NoProjects – why projects don’t make sense

In the last few months Steve Smith, myself and others have been Tweeting a lot with the hash tag #NoProjects. We have independently come to believe Projects are a smell, they are bad ...
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3 Styles: Iterative, Incremental and Evolutionary Agile (part 1)

When I’m teaching training courses (as I was this week at Skills Matter) or advising clients on the requirements side of software development (which I’m doing a lot of just now) ...
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Communicate Through Stories Rather Than Tasks

Communicate Through Stories Rather Than Tasks Last time I talked about interfaces between pieces of code. Today I want to discuss the interface between groups of people involved in ...
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How can Agile help you in clearing the technical debt?

This post is a write up to my talk titled “How can Agile help you in clearing the technical debt?” presented at the Scrum Bangalore Meetup 2013. It was a short talk for ...
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Software quality?

Since publishing my stream of consciousness about software quality on Friday (What is a software quality?) I’ve continued to think about the subject. In part putting the thoughts ...
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Are you really Agile?

From what i have seen, Agile Software Development is widely misinterpreted nowadays. Many people think to be agile, they just need a process like scrum to define a framework of sprints ...
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Trust, Agile Program Management, & Being Effective

If you read my most recent post, Comparing Teams Is Not Useful: Exposing Another Management Myth and the comments, you will see that I rant about the business of normalizing story points ...
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The Lean Change Method: 1000 Mile View

Why Lean Change? There are number of key risks to any change initiative faces, the lean change method is an attempt to provide agile change agent with tools and techniques to help manage ...
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