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The Chief Product Owner on Large Agile Projects

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DevOps test that easily can be done on team level

This checklist is comprised of 48 items you can use to gauge the maturity of your software delivery competency, and form a baseline to measure your future improvements. It’s not meant to say “you’re failing DevOps” or deprive you of … Continue reading

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Evaluate your technical debt with Sonar

Before introducing this Sonar plugin, here are few funny and relevant quotes on the concept : Maintaining an application without any unit tests is like borrowing money each time you add or change a line of code Skipping design phase … Continue reading

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The Agile Product Owner Responsibilities

The application of the product owner role varies greatly, as products and organisations differ. But Roman Pichler argues in this blog post, there are two key factors that determine the duties of a product owner: the scope and the depth … Continue reading

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The 18 Characteristics of a Great Product Owner

A Great Product Owner… Embraces the product vision. A great Product Owner represents the customers voice and creates a product vision together with the stakeholders. Every decision is taken with the product vision in mind. This ensures sustainable product development, … Continue reading

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9 Myths About Agile

9 Myths About Agile Setting the record straight on the most common misconceptions about an increasingly popular—and controversial—approach to software development. Agile has proven a polarizing force since a group of veteran software developers first proposed it in 2001 as … Continue reading

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Dave Snowden | How not to manage complexity

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Why you should use Scrum with Q&A Session by Jeff Sutherland

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Agile Product Ownership in a Nutshell

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