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Unit Test, System Test, Red Test, Green Test

We tend to categorize different types of tests according to what they cover. Unit tests cover small portions of code, usually a method or a class, while we mock the rest of their interaction. ...
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The New Agile–Picking A Winner

We’ve talked about scaling and methodology on how to build stuff, but hey, we want to know what to build, dammit! Unfortunately, SAFe, scrum, XP, or Lean Startup don’t talk about ...
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The Pool–An Agile Fable

Once upon a time there was a pool. It was in a club, and the club people loved the pool. This pool had 6 lanes. Each lane was wide enough for 2 persons to swim in parallel. Because ...
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The New Agile – But Does It Scale?

If business analysis is where we come up with ideas, then product development process is the factory that makes the vision real. What did we take from agile and how is it different ...
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Burning Down The House–Agile Remix

Burn-down charts are awesome. They are part of agile’s set feedback loops. Take a look at a burn-down chart, and it will tell you if you’re on track or not. Here’s a simple example:               Note ...
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The New Agile – Size Matters

Coming up on the 15th year of agile, do we understand business better? Remember that agile started in development teams? As the time passes, we feel that what the agile manifesto can ...
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The CHAOS Report and #NoEstimates

You know what’s the best way to start the year? Going over success rates of projects! The Standish Group has been publishing the CHAOS report for more than twenty years now. I wasn’t ...
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Regression

When we think of regression, we think of bugs. That’s the first thing that pops into our minds. As with many other things, there’s a deeper meaning, if we just look closer. We have ...
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The New Agile–More, Please!

The current buzz at the agile world is scale. Now that we know that agile looks golden, we want to apply it to everything. Agile started as a development team practice. Extreme programming, ...
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The New Agile–Why Is Agile So Popular?

Is it the cool name? Is it the actual successes? Is it the drawings with lots of loops in them? Might be all, but above all else, there are the perceived (and maybe the not actual) ...
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