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Learn how to write good user stories and how they are used by agile teams to organize, guide and estimate development work.
A Certified Scrum Developer class with only COBOL developers surprises everyone.
Pair programming is probably the most famous practice of XP--whether you are a fan or not.
Ken Schwaber, author of the Nexus Guide and one of the original authors and signatories of the Agile Manifesto, talks about the Nexus framework and guide, how Nexus adds on to Scrum, the Nexus integration team, scrum of scrums and the Nexus daily scrum, aligning retrospectives and improvement actions over teams, and how Nexus relates to other scaling approaches.
The role of a ScrumMaster is one of many stances and diversity. A great ScrumMaster is aware of them and knows when and how to apply them, depending on situation and context.
Jeff Sutherland, one of Scrum's creators, talks about where the industry is, where it's going and the challenges that lie ahead as more companies adopt agile and Scrum.
Fixed-date planning means, "How many story points we can achieve by a given date?" Fixed-scope planning means, "When will all the story points be achieved?"
An agile executive coach and trainer has proposed a matrix to help organizations choose their agile approach. He said that organizations need to truly understand and embrace the change they are about to embark upon.
A key factor in developing team synergy is the trust that team members have in each other. However, as someone once said, "Trust is the hardest thing to find and the easiest to lose." It is important that when a team has found trust among its members, that trust is vigilantly maintained.