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Lyssa Adkins - Coaching Agile Teams Agile 2010

Bob speaks with Lyssa Adkins about her book Coaching Agile Teams.

Bob Payne's picture Bob Payne
Michael Spayd - Agile 2010 - Coaching Coaches

Michael Spayd - Agile 2010 - Coaching Coaches

Bob Payne's picture Bob Payne
The Competition of Agile

It is sensible to want to avoid the head-butting sort of competition—that is, arguing for the sake of arguing. But, differing opinions and styles can be a good thing. Competitive forces have driven markets, innovation, and civilization for millennia. Here, Jurgen Appelo takes a look at some of the various approaches to agile development and what they bring to the table.

Jurgen Appelo's picture Jurgen Appelo
What Are You Doing?

Your issue-tracking and version-management systems are powerful tools that you can use to help you manage change and improve team and individual productivity. This article provides some simple advice on how to use your tracking system to be more productive without introducing excessive overhead.

Steve Berczuk's picture Steve Berczuk
Five Imperatives for Application Lifecycle Management

Customers are often looking for their software to be built quickly, and to remain competitive, developers have to follow suit. Application management allows for increased productivity by also increasing efficiency. Learn how ALM coordinates people and tools to all work smoothly together.

TechWell Contributor's picture TechWell Contributor
No Group Is a Team on Day One

Assembling a group of people and declaring them a team doesn’t make them one. Do you have the conditions necessary for the team to form? What activities have they completed to help them find an identity, their purpose, and how they’ll interact with each other?

Don Gray's picture Don Gray
My Experience with Test-Driven Development

Vinay Krishna explains why agile development includes testing and coding concurrently, which is also what test-driven development emphasizes. The transformation from coder to developer to tester is needed in all agile software development projects.

Vinay Krishna's picture Vinay Krishna
How to Make People Feel (Un)Welcome

The age-old expression "you never get a second chance to make a first impression" is still true to this day. So often the way we greet people, or fail to greet them, sets an irreversible path of leaving others feel completely unwelcome, even if that wasn't the intention.

Naomi Karten's picture Naomi Karten
Test-Driven Design for the Project Manager

Many developers and testers are familiar with test-driven design (TDD), but how can managers use it to drive project implementation? In this article, John Goodpasture offers a guide to TDD design from the project manager’s perspective.

John C. Goodpasture's picture John C. Goodpasture
Mixing Roles in Scrum

We put a lot of emphasis on being Renaissance workers, able to step comfortably from one job role to the next. But, as Mitch Lacey describes here, not all roles play nicely with each other, and trying to combine them may lead to disaster.

Mitch Lacey's picture Mitch Lacey


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