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Woman in Leadership – Top Women in Agile Thought Leadership | Agile Scout

I am very happy that women in leadership is growing. Having both sides of innovation and thought leadership from both males/females will create more dynamic environments that will product better products. I believe it!

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3 Roles That Need to be Involved in Agile Estimating with Planning Poker Description: Agile estimating with Planning Poker requires three Scrum roles be present: the Scrum team, the Product Owner a...

3 Roles That Need to be Involved in Agile Estimating with Planning Poker Description: Agile estimating with Planning Poker requires three Scrum roles be present: the Scrum team, the Product Owner a... | Agile in Dev Teams | Scoop.it
Mike Cohn provides certified scrummaster training & agile training in order to build extremely high performance development organizations.
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Placing Rules on Self-Organizing Teams

Placing Rules on Self-Organizing Teams | Agile in Dev Teams | Scoop.it
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Hoang-Anh Phan's curator insight, January 11, 6:19 AM

The less rules the better: too many rules take too much space in people's head. Save this space for problem solving and creativity! And less dicating requires more coaching.

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New Year’s Resolutions for ScrumMasters and Product Owners

New Year’s Resolutions for ScrumMasters and Product Owners | Agile in Dev Teams | Scoop.it
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Top Ten Gifts For the ScrumMaster In Your Life

Top Ten Gifts For the ScrumMaster In Your Life | Agile in Dev Teams | Scoop.it
Mike Cohn provides certified scrummaster training & agile training in order to build extremely high performance development organizations.
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The Done Principles (Part 3 of 3)

The Done Principles (Part 3 of 3) | Agile in Dev Teams | Scoop.it
This final post in the series about the definition of done in Agile examines failure, mistakes, destruction, and ghosts.
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A Maturity Model for Continuous Delivery - The Developer

A Maturity Model for Continuous Delivery - The Developer | Agile in Dev Teams | Scoop.it
Continuous delivery has become increasingly popular over the last few years, but implementing it is often seen as difficult and daunting. Many seem to believe that to gain anything from continuous delivery you must implement it one hundred percent.
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Agile Adoption Roadmap: How do you reward within an Agile Team culture?

Agile Adoption Roadmap: How do you reward within an Agile Team culture? | Agile in Dev Teams | Scoop.it
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Stop Writing Code You Can't Yet Test - LeadingAgile

Stop Writing Code You Can't Yet Test - LeadingAgile | Agile in Dev Teams | Scoop.it
Most of the organizations we engage with have more work to do than they can possibly get done. So, developers are writing code as fast as they can to get done trying to maximize their capacity.
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Alistair.Cockburn.us | Use case goals versus design scopes

Alistair.Cockburn.us | Use case goals versus design scopes | Agile in Dev Teams | Scoop.it
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Agile Testing: An Approach to Achieve Quality Sooner

Agile Testing: An Approach to Achieve Quality Sooner | Agile in Dev Teams | Scoop.it
Your goal is to build quality into the code from start, not test it later. Instead of putting defects into a tracking system; you avoid creating defects in the first place.
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Djebar Hammouche's curator insight, September 16, 2013 8:31 PM

Agile right do the right thing 

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Testing in Scrum - We still love the testers

Testing in Scrum - We still love the testers | Agile in Dev Teams | Scoop.it
Not only do we still love our testers, we love them even more in Scrum! I really feel that this is an important point so let me tell you why...

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Building Real Software: Maintaining Software Sucks – and what we can do about it

Building Real Software: Maintaining Software Sucks – and what we can do about it | Agile in Dev Teams | Scoop.it
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Frédéric Fadel's curator insight, August 6, 2013 4:13 AM

"A lot of the work that people are doing... is maintenance: adding another feature to code that is already there, fixing bugs, making the system more secure, scaling to handle increased load, analyzing feedback data, integrating with new partners, maybe rewriting a mobile app to be faster and simpler to use.

This is the same kind of maintenance work that other people are doing at other companies, and at the heart of it, the technology isn’t that much more exciting. What’s different is how their work is done, how it is managed, and how people approach their jobs. For them, it isn't “maintenance” – it’s engineering."

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What Kind Of Lead Developer Are You ?

What Kind Of Lead Developer Are You ? | Agile in Dev Teams | Scoop.it
There are at least 2 kinds of Lead Developer. The Backup and The Coach. A leader is always someone making you progress in your craft. Either by teaching or by showing.
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Agile Is Dead (Long Live Agility) - PragDave

Agile Is Dead (Long Live Agility) - PragDave | Agile in Dev Teams | Scoop.it
Thirteen years ago, I was among seventeen middle-aged white guys who
gathered at Snowbird, Utah. We were there because we shared common beliefs about …
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Scrum Teams: Slow Down, to Go Fast Later

Scrum Teams: Slow Down, to Go Fast Later | Agile in Dev Teams | Scoop.it
To Achieve Speed You Need to Slow Down. Fix Bottlenecks, Top Issues and Automate Few Things Which are Manual. Take Less(capacity planning) in Current Sprint.
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Pairing vs. Code Review: Comparing Developer Cultures

Pairing vs. Code Review: Comparing Developer Cultures | Agile in Dev Teams | Scoop.it
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Prerequisites for success

 

Solid continuous integration
Talented core developers
Agreement on the importance of code quality
High-quality codebase
Iterative self-organization

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Agile is not for you IF | Java Code Geeks

Agile is not for you IF | Java Code Geeks | Agile in Dev Teams | Scoop.it
In my previous posts I have tried to put forward my points on What an Agile Project needs for success, 11 areas an Agile Project Manager needs to focus o... and Scrum meeting. Are you kidding me?
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Agile Otter Blog: Scrum Managers: are they the worst?

Agile Otter Blog: Scrum Managers: are they the worst? | Agile in Dev Teams | Scoop.it
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Tips for Code Review Success

Tips for Code Review Success | Agile in Dev Teams | Scoop.it
I’ve had the opportunity to be involved in various group peer code reviewing scenarios and sometimes I find myself wondering – is this worth it? (This is often followed by my drifting mind wondering...
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The power of Productive Conflict

The power of Productive Conflict | Agile in Dev Teams | Scoop.it
Conflict, is considered taboo in many situation, especially at work. I've worked and seen many companies where people spend a tremendous amount of time and energy trying to avoid the kind of passio...
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Building Real Software: The Real Cost of Change in Software Development

Building Real Software: The Real Cost of Change in Software Development | Agile in Dev Teams | Scoop.it
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Agile is Not Ad hoc

Agile is Not Ad hoc | Agile in Dev Teams | Scoop.it
People Take Agility As An Excuse for Absolutely No Planning, No Roadmap, Cowboy Coding, and NO Discipline. This is Not Agile.
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Philippe Vallat's curator insight, August 9, 2013 10:53 AM

Once more: it is called "agile", but needs more rigor and (self-)discipline than traditional PM. Agile is serious, agile is tough! (and it works and is fun...)

Paolo Falcone's curator insight, October 13, 2013 4:28 AM

C'è differenza tra Agile e Ad hoc!

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Agile Metrics - Velocity is not the Goal

Live from Agile 2013 Great session this morning from @DocOnDev, the Director of Engineering at Groupon. Velocity is units/time with direction. Many teams struggle to obtain a stable velocity. Veloc...

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Philippe Vallat's curator insight, August 6, 2013 8:31 AM

Velocity is units/time with direction. Many teams struggle to obtain a stable velocity. Velocity is a lagging indicator like unemployment, or the weather forecast. You don’t fix unemployment by focusing on that, you fix unemployment by fixing the economy.

Frédéric Fadel's curator insight, August 7, 2013 1:06 AM

"... that which is measured will improve, at a cost… when a measure becomes a target it ceases to be a good measure... correlation is not causation."

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The backbone of great teams

The backbone of great teams | Agile in Dev Teams | Scoop.it
Last time out I was talking about the importance of retrospectives and their impact beyond the meeting. While the session itself is crucial to creating a trusting environment where people open up a...
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Should nice people be product managers? | Rally Software Community

Should nice people be product managers? | Rally Software Community | Agile in Dev Teams | Scoop.it
Reflecting back on a few years as a product manager, I realized that the essence of the job is not about deciding what to build -- it’s about deciding what not to build.
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