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5 Common User Story Mistakes

User stories are a simple, yet effective way to communicate how a user or customer employs a product. But writing user stories that help a team build great software can be challenging. The following list summarises five common use ...
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So, what’s in a story?

I don’t know about you, but I always feel a little nervous when it comes to writing Agile stories. I often worry whether I’m the best person to write them and if I’ve got them right. The reason for the first worr ...
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7 Agile Best Practices that You Don’t Need to Follow

There are many good ideas and practices in Agile development, ideas and practices that definitely work: breaking projects into Small Releases to manage risk and accelerate feedback; time-boxing to limit WIP and keep everyone focus ...
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Agile methodology

Introduction Waterfall model follows application development in phases with checkpoint and deliverable documents in each checkpoint. It advocates rigours project management, strategy and processes to track the status. The main dra ...
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Focus in Chaos: Why I Like Kanban for Startups

It’s okay if you don’t know exactly where you’re going  – because things are always changing – just so long as you’re focused on the Right Things. BUT, this is really hard at a startup precisely because everything is ...
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Kanban is the New Scrum

Maybe it’s all the time I spend with startups, but while I strongly value Scrum’s ideas behind self-organizing teams & continual feedback – I can’t help but feel Kanban represents the next level of agility, giving us m ...
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Are We Agile Yet?

I read somewhere that a large number of software teams think they’re Agile because they do Daily Scrums. Now I don’t like to get religious, and I certainly don’t believe you have to follow some list of Ten Specific Practices ...
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5 Things That Will Make Your Agile Development Project FAIL

Far too many Agile development projects fail. It is hard to even accurately measure the number of failures because so many software development projects end up “complete” and shipped, even though:They took far too long to bu ...
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Agile Scenarios and Storyboards

User stories are great at capturing product functionality. But they are less suited to describe the user interaction in more detail. This is where scenarios and storyboards come into play: Both are great tools to describe the inte ...
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To estimate or not to estimate, that is the question

Disparaging those who provide software estimates seems to be a growing sport. At conferences, in blogs and the twitter-verse it seems open season for anyone who dares to suggest a software team should estimate. And heaven help any ...
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