I am continually astonished at the number of teams I meet who have not yet established a stable velocity! I was speaking at DDD North recently and I asked the audience out of interest how many of them did something Agilish. About 70% of the audience were doing something Agile (Scrum, XP, DSDM, Wagile, Scrumban… Read more »
Posts Categorized: DSDM
In Part I of this series we discussed the importance of having a marketing vision and plan before embarking on your new App project. In Part II of this series we discussed how one would go about reviewing App store guidelines prior to creating your App.
Agile methods are pretty clear about what ScrumMasters, developers, testers, UX designers do on a team, but a lot of other people start to worry when the Agile train arrives in town!
For seven years I have been training, coaching and consulting on Scrum, Agile and lean software development practices. I have coached teams to deliver immensely successful projects in the public and private sectors and I have learned a huge amount along the way too!
As part of work I often get involved in security reviews for my software development clients. If you are selling software to a listed company (plc etc) or a larger privately owned company, the chances are that sooner or later you will face one of these beasts. Generally the security review is first presented to… Read more »
This was inspired by a brief Twitter interaction with @AsadSafariEN regarding this article: http://www.industriallogic.com/blog/techsafety/ There are several software-maker injuries mentioned in Joshua Kerievsky’s article:
I’ve written before about the dangers of complacency in an Agile environment. Once you have established daily scrums, Kanban boards etc, it’s very easy to stop asking bigger questions about your software development process. One of my favourite concepts in Agile to examine closely with a team is the Sprint (AKA Timebox or Iteration).