Monthly Archives: March 2011

Aspects of Staffing Agile Teams

Blog posts by Esther Derby and Mike Cohn focus on two different aspects of the staffing of Agile teams. you can read the initial story here -> infoq this post leads to two great blogs Ester’s Derby and Mike Cohn’s

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Scrum Open Assessment

The Scrum Open assessment is available for free to anyone interested in testing their knowledge of Scrum. The Scrum Open assessment is also a useful tool for those preparing to take the Professional Scrum Master I assessment for certification. Before … Continue reading

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Drive: The surprising truth about what motivates us

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The story of how scrum.org was born

The story of Scrum and how scrum.org was born Scrum.org was founded by Ken Schwaber, one of the creators of Scrum, in response to the emergence of the “Flaccid Scrum” phenomenon. Schwaber initially attempted to develop Scrum.org’s programs while part … Continue reading

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Uncle Bob Interview

Uncle Bob Martin speaks about software craftsmanship, TDD and the software businesses Part 2 – TDD “yeah” + fitness Part 3 Part 4 – Population of TDD in .net and java

Posted in Agile, Technical excellence, Thinking tools | 48 Comments

Alan Shalloway – Lean Software Development

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