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The Agile Team and what is a Backlog? What are they for and why are they important?

The Agile team is a typical group of 3-10 members having varieties of skills such as analyze, design, develop, test, and communicate. The main responsibility of a team is to deliver the project with the best result in a short amount of time. 441 more words


The Agile Team and Product Backlog

In my previous post I mentioned user stories and their importance in refining the product backlog. Today I am going to go into further detail about what the product backlog is and why it is such an important part of Agile development. 700 more words

What Each Product Backlog Item (PBI) State Means to You.

New - These are PBIs that someone has added to the product backlog and have not been reviewed by the product owner and have not been agreed to build. 93 more words


The First Artifact

Entry 9, Day 16

     “The product backlog is an ordered list of everything that might be needed in the product and is the single source of requirements for any changes to be made to the product.”

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Agile Coaching: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly!

I am writing this blog based on my first experience in agile implementation as a agile specialist.

The Good

The good things?

  1. We could deliver the project…
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Ideas are bulletproof

Entry 2, Day 2

“Behind this mask there is more than just flesh. Beneath this mask there is an idea… and ideas are bulletproof.”


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