What the greatest sources of waste in modern agile development teams? Fede shared his perspective in Agiles 2021. This post is a brief summary of it.
Agile changed the way we work, thus the way we plan. How does Planning work in the Agile world?
Since they were invented, user stories have become the building block of Agile iterative and incremental development approach.
This post is about dreaded estimations. Let’s think about why we do them, what problems they bring to the table and what the Agile estimation approach is in comparison to other approaches.
We surely agree that there’s nothing better than users telling the dev team such stories. But, How should we call them? User stories, backlog items, story cards? And even more important: what is the most efficient way to write and manage these stories?
At 10Pines we build software for several types of customers; from large corporations and even when the needs, the size of the problem and obviously the budget differ, we always begin with a Product Discovery, where we meet with the specialists in the business, our clients, to create a shared vision.
Después de 2 años de trabajo, a veces intenso y otros no tanto, finalicé el libro 'Desarrollo de Software Ágil en 10Pines'. Y en este post se los presento.
What's the formula to make excellent teams work the way they do? How can we extend that to the whole organization? Here I show you our own recipe at 10pines
This post comes from a conversation I had with a client, let's call him Joe. He was reluctant to adopt this new Agile Methodology that some other folks in the organization were suggesting.
Introduction Yeah, this is how everyone called me in my latest gig. You want to hear the story? (I heard yes). It was a green field, ambitious project that was going to be
When someone asks for an estimate I always think of this. #NoEstimates pic.twitter.com/siZsVxs3D4 — Aaron Griffith (@Aaron_Griffith) March 14, 2014 It's not like estimations are like this,
News from Salt Lake City Agile2011 is over. Back to where it all began. and with most of the people that initiated this movement, 10 years ago. For me, it was my first
But ... Isn't this a requirement for all approaches? Why do I have the impression that in Agile, the technical aspect is more important?