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Agile Scrum

Over the last couple of years, I’ve written quite a lot about Scrum. It’s certainly my agile methodology of choice. I love the fact it’s so easy to apply, straight over the top of whatever technical or engineering practices you already use. Here’s a quick round-up of some of my most popular posts about Scrum… How To Implement Scrum in

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Scum Certified Agile Master (SCAM) Training

I’ve just stumbled across this genius piece of work from Scott Ambler, who recently posted here on All About Agile about agile project management and the challenges of agile project initiation. Those who’ve followed my blog for a while will already know that I think Certified Scrum Master training isn’t worth the paper it’s written on! Don’t get me wrong.

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Using Scrum on Larger Projects: “Scrum of Scrums”

It is sometimes said that agile software development methods, such as Scrum, are ideal for small projects being delivered by small teams. Personally I would certainly agree that Scrum is ideal for small, multi-disciplined, co-located teams, working on a common purpose. However, these days we hear plenty of examples of larger companies using Scrum on a fairly large scale. I

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Scrum Video

Bruno Sbille and his team have made this video as a nice light-hearted way to show how they used Scrum agile software development on a real-world project… Scrum methodology from Soul’ on Vimeo. Kelly.

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10-Minute Video Introduction to Scrum

I’m back. After a long, hard-earned holiday. While I was away, I received this interesting video from Hamid Shojaee at AxoSoft. The video is a whistle-stop tour of Scrum in under 10 minutes! For anyone curious to know about the basics of Scrum, it’s a neat introduction in a very short time. I do, however, have a few comments to

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Agile Software Development – How Agile Are You?

In a recent blog post, Mark Levison asks, ‘Is there value in the Nokia test?‘ I would say Yes, if used wisely… Where I work, we liked the idea of using the test to assess how ‘mature’ teams are with agile principles and practices. We also wanted to understand how consistently we had implemented agile across many development teams. I

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Example Product Backlog & Sprint Backlog

One of the readers of my blog (someone with the id ‘phani’) has kindly posted an example Product Backlog and Sprint Backlog on the allaboutagile Google Group. I’ve taken a look at them. They’re not exactly how we do it, but I think they are very nice examples. Note that the Product Backlog has Sprint numbers across the top, so

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Scrumaholics Anonymous!

I read this blog post from Tobias Mayer that compares Scrum with Alchoholics Anonymous… It made me laugh out loud! 🙂 There are some interesting parallels, but I can’t imagine what possessed Tobias to think of this. That’s what you call laterall thinking! Stan Taylor has expanded further on this post on his Agile Testing blog, highlighting several AA slogans

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