A collection of 34 posts
Caso de diseño: ilustrando un libro sobre metodologías ágiles
¿Qué son las metodologías ágiles y qué recursos gráficos eligen para comunicar sus conocimientos? ¿Cómo es escribir y diseñar un libro desde una empresa horizontal? Te voy a contar el camino que recorrimos con Gabriela Iztueta para ilustrar el primer libro escrito desde 10Pines.
This is not a User Story, or is it? Thoughts about telling and managing stories
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?
Product Discovery: Highlights from my Agile Software Development book
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.
Anonymity vs. Agile maturity... (vs?)
Does anonymity play any role in agile teams? Even more, can we pretend to pursue a mature agile environment when members of the team are afraid to take ownership of their opinions? Let's think of a few tips to evolve into trust and self-confidence on agile teams.
Ready! Set! Retrospect! Breaking the ice on Agile Retrospectives
There are a lot of glitches or complications that might arise when facing retrospectives in which a team should come clean on opinions and experiences, about themselves or about each other. Let’s dig out and analyze some of the problems we could be facing and, hopefully, sweep them off the board.
Trapped by transparency or trapped by culture?
Transparency has become one of the most popular demands in the recent years and for good reasons. Not so far ago, we went through one of the biggest global financial crisis, caused by large investment groups and credit rating firms hiding the real risk of financial products to their clients.
Review of Agile 2015 @ Washington DC
The organization & the conference This was the biggest conference I’ve ever attended. There was 2300 registered people. 5 days of talks. More than 13 tracks in parallel every hour. Everything was in big scale. One thing that called my attention was the average age of the attendees; I’m
The Backlog Guy
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 performed differently than other projects in the same organization, using design thinking and Agile. People (mostly business