Good agile teams are disciplined about their documentation but are also deliberate about how much they do and when. In this chapter from The Scrum Field Guide: Agile Advice for Your First Year and Beyond, 2nd Edition, we find a duo struggling to explain that while they won’t be fully documenting everything up front, they will actually be more fully documenting the entire project from beginning to end.
Scrumban is a management framework that emerges when teams employ Scrum as their chosen way of working and use the Kanban Method as a lens through which to view, understand and continuously improve how they work. Ajay Reddy, author of The Scrumban [R]Evolution: Getting the Most Out of Agile, Scrum, and Lean Kanban, explains what Scrumban is and how the framework can improve your projects.
James Robertson, co-author with Suzanne Robertson of "Requirements: The Masterclass LiveLessons--Traditional, Agile, Outsourcing (Video Training)," discusses the perfectly-formed requirement, which should be unambiguous and testable. James discusses the Snow Card, focusing on the requirement, rationale, fit criterion, and supporting materials.
Suzanne Robertson, co-author with James Robertson of Requirements: The Masterclass LiveLessons--Traditional, Agile, Outsourcing (Video Training), discusses the Brown Cow model in the requirements process, which helps you take into account different points of view of the same problem so you can discover and communicate requirements.
As 2015 winds down to a close, I reflect on what 2015 brought IT.
New Mac OS X Means New Tricks...
Wow, who abducted our Windows 10 assumptions and left this smooth running and easy-to-use Operating System in their place?