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How Agile Development Saves Companies Money?

What do salmon do once they make it up the waterfall … they DIE. And that is what often happens with Waterfall software development (also known as Software Development Life Cycle – SDLC). 770 more words


Efficient acceptance tests are all that’s required

On the teams where I have worked, a common topic during Sprint Retrospectives is what exactly should be included in the acceptance tests for each user story. 1,237 more words


Agile Task Lists, What is "Done" in Agile?

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, an American poet and educator rightly says that ” Each morning sees some task begun, each evening sees it close; Something attempted, something done, has earned a night’s repose.” I agree with his definition, as we all have some accomplishments at the end of the day, be it very small or very large. 752 more words

Scrum Product Owner Role And Sprint Planning Meeting Agenda

In many ways, in a Scrum project, the sprint planning meeting agenda plays a very significant part in determining the success of delivering shippable product increments through the sprint iterative cycles. 487 more words

Product Backlog

Learning Objectives vs. User Stories: What is the difference?

Since my last post, “Learning Objectives Are Out; User Stories Are In,” I’ve received a recurring question: “Aren’t they really just the same?170 more words

Learning And Development