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In this exclusive book excerpt from Scrum: Novice to Ninja, we take a look at troubleshooting Scrum and how to overcome obstacles in the process.
In this exclusive excerpt from our book, Scrum: Novice to NInja, by M. David Green, we discuss how to get teams started with the Scrum process.
In this book excerpt, we continue looking into the importance of walking through a story during Scrum processes.
In this exclusive excerpt from our book Scrum: Novice to Ninja, we look at the importance of the second Standup and why developers should utilize it.
In the last chapter, we were introduced to the product owner's world, and taken through the process of developing and creating a story for the team.
In this exclusive excerpt from our book, Scrum: Novice to Ninja, we expand further into the importance of the Scrum Contract.
Take a look at how web and mobile development teams work with the various features of scrum, in this excerpt from our book, Scrum: Novice to Ninja..
Zan Kavtaskin simulates Waterfall, Kanban, and Scrum project management methodologies, and looks at the impact of 'slack'.
Almir Bijedic builds a chatbot to hold daily scrum meetings via Skype. Learn to use Microsoft Bot Framework and Node to connect to multiple chat networks.
At the end of each sprint, the completed features that were worked on should be added to the product for the sprint demo.
velocity is how a scrum team measures the amount of work they can complete in a typical sprint. By tracking the number of story points the team can
Declaring a story to be done is a means of verifying that all of its critical aspects have been completed based on the way each team works.
There are electronic tools and services that are designed to help teams capture and manage stories as they move from one state to the next.
The sprint backlog is the set of developer stories that the team has committed to working on during the current sprint.
Stories for the development team emerge from the product owner's product backlog.
One of the most basic artifacts of scrum for web and mobile work is the story that describes a feature to be worked on.
If the daily standup is one of the most iconic rituals of scrum, the sprint retrospective may be the most representative of the agile philosophy.
A scrum team doesn't work in a vacuum. There's usually an organization that exists around scrum, and that supports the efforts of the scrum team
At the end of the sprint, everything that was worked on for the current sprint is demonstrated for the team, the product owner, and observers.
In this article, we will talk about Daily Standup, the objective, and the benefits from using it.
In this article, you will learn what is Sprint Planning. Sprint planning is hosted by the scrum master, but the person responsible for most of the content that goes into a sprint planning is the product owner.
In this article, you will learn about Scrum Rituals. Each ritual is a face-to-face gathering in real time, which takes people away from the work they’re doing, and offers them the opportunity to have targeted communication with each other about the context of that work.
In this article, we will talk about Product Owner. A product owner usually belongs to a department such as Product or Customer Support, and spends time working with customers.
In this chapter, we’ll go over the critical roles of scrum master, product owner, and team member.
In this article, you will learn why you shoul choose scrum for web and mobile developement. Scrum offers a team-based approach to project work that allows a product development process to benefit from iterative self-reflection.
Scrum is one of several techniques for managing product development organizations, lumped under the broad category of agile software development.
The following is a short extract from our recent book, Scrum: Novice to Ninja, available for free to SitePoint Premium members.
Agile development expert M. David Green discusses the benefits of managing your development project using scrum.
A look at the similarities and differences between Scrum and Kanban, to help Agile teams decide which approach best suits their needs.