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A Software Team's Journey to Agile

Did you ever wonder if a team needs some prerequisites before transitioning to agile? In this true story, John Lynch shows us the story of a team who teetered on the brink of dysfunction and then was able to create its foundation so team members could begin their agile transition.

John Lynch's picture John Lynch
What Position Do You Play?

Micheleen Merritt explains that as an agile coach, you need to take into account all of the participants of a team, not just the developers. If you aren’t acknowledging the quality assurance analysts, business analysts, and product owners, you aren’t coaching the whole team.

Mickey Merritt's picture Mickey Merritt
Snapshot: A Team’s First Steps into Shared Ownership

Karen Favazza Spencer writes of the time her team members had to modernize and expand the capabilities of their legacy system. In this situation, Karen took on the role of ScrumMaster, implemented several helpful agile techniques, and empowered the team to share leadership of the project with management.

Karen Spencer's picture Karen Spencer
How to Make Collocation Work for You

Gil Zilberfeld recounts his experience with collocation during his time at Typemock, and explains how collocation can benefit your team. In modern agile discussions, we struggle with how to work with distributed teams around the globe. The truth is that it’s easy to break stuff just by moving part of the team to the next room.

Gil Zilberfeld's picture Gil Zilberfeld
Agile Palooza DC - Ian Culling - Version One internal development and practices
Podcast

Agile Palooza DC - Ian Culling - Version One internal development and practices

Bob Payne's picture Bob Payne
ADP West 2010 - Payson Hall - Risk, Reward and Public Sector Contracts
Podcast

ADP West 2010 - Payson Hall - Risk, Reward and Public Sector Contracts

Bob Payne's picture Bob Payne
ADPEast 2010: Michael Mah—Agile Teams by the Numbers—Software Metrics and the Big Giant Database
Podcast

Bob speaks with Michael Mah about agile and metrics at the ADPEast 2010 conference.

Bob Payne's picture Bob Payne
Getting the Most Out of Your Geographically Distributed Agile Team

Shane Hastie and Johanna Rothman explain the challenges that come with distance, be it cultural, social, linguistic, temporal, or geographic. If you work to reinforce your collaboration habits every day, your geographically distributed agile team will thank you.

On Sumo, Architecture, and Enterprise Agile

In order to be successful in the ring, a sumo wrestler needs to maintain a heavy body weight and at the same time be in peak physical condition. Just as these Japanese athletes have to find the right balance through a well thought-out combination of diet and training regimen, software development organizations need a balanced approach to implementing application architecture on agile projects.

Programming with an Agile Mindset

Agile is recognized as a system-software development approach used to get quick feedback to keep the customer involved at every stage, building a disciplined team, and having working software at any given point in time. Sameer Arora writes on how things can fall out of place when agility on the programming side is ignored.

Sameer Arora's picture Sameer Arora

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