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Prabhat Samuel,

"Scrum is a team of eight individuals in Rugby. Everyone in the pack acts together with everyone else to move the ball down the field in small incremental steps. Teams work as tight, integrated units with ...

Laurent Bugnion,

I just spent the last 4 days in a course for my project; the last 2 were a Scrum course. The Scrum course was really good. It's a new process for us, and it's sure going to need adaptation from us, but ...

Jeff Smith,

I am thinking about those rabid agile guys this morning... what would they think? Before I go on, I feel I must lay my position out there... Agile methods come from process thinking as much as solid development ...

Jeff Smith,

Since I am new on this block, introductions are in order. I often commit to little... because I do not have to. I am neither an agile pundit nor a traditional one, neither a Microsoft hater nor an advocate. ...

Robert May,

I hear quite a bit about Agile development methodologies and their use in business, but I'm beginning to wonder if anyone REALLY does Agile development. When I was CIO, we "sort-of" did agile development, ...

Sean Chambers,

The purpose of this blog posting is to hopefully identify my own pitfalls as well as help others out in avoiding pitfalls that I encountered on my current large project. I recently (8 months ago) started ...

Tim Hibbard,

A very cool thing just happened. One of my classes has a 100% next to it in NCoverExplorer. Granted it's pretty much just a data store for now, but it's still 100%! Heck yes, I'm agile. If you haven't ...

BizTalk Visionary,

The theme for this TechEd is, of course, the launch of Exchange 2007, Vista and Office 2007. What is important is that under the covers MS are also launching .NET 3 (Aka WinF) - that is WCF, Windows Foundation, ...

Aaron Feng,

Recently I decided to check out the beta version of Agile Web Development with Rails book, which is targeted to be released this fall. It is very interesting that the authors also brought agility into ...

BizTalk Visionary,

ScottGus blog has annouced: "Atlas" 1.0 Naming and Roadmap Over the last year we’ve been working hard on “Atlas”. It has evolved, changed, and grown because of the amazing amount of feedback and early ...

Bryan Corazza,

I was doing what I typically do in my very small amount of down time I was reading my blog feeds from some of my favorite bloggers. One blog that I read religiously is Brian Button. I've had the pleasure ...

Aaron Feng,

Retrospectives are a way for a software development teams to discuss and figure out ways to resolve issues when an increment of work is done. The strength of the retrospective comes from focusing on the ...

Mike Nichols,

I have been reading several posts from folks I respect for their advancement of practices like TDD, Agile ,DDD, and so on. Their wisdom has helped give me a great toolset to build deep, maintainable code ...