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AgileConference India – 2013

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Learning Acceptance Testing via Balloon Game

During an agile refresher course that I conducted , I used the balloon game(Thanks to Tastycupcakes) to let the team understand concept Acceptance testing Criteria and the game went well and feedback that I got was it was nice to … Continue reading

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Daily Standup On Time

Till now, I thought the daily stand up is always a funny and interesting method to start the work .But now few seen incidents clearly made me to revise my thought.  Once in a team’s standup, the scrum master was … Continue reading

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Sprint Planning

This is the meeting where all the people who are interested in the product development will be participating. The meeting is split in to two parts. During the first part of the meeting the Product owner pulls out the user … Continue reading

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What can happen if a busy Project Manager acts as a Scrum Master too?

          Yesterday, while going back home, I started talking with my co passenger. Luckily, I landed sitting next to a person who is a project manager & Scrum Master for two projects. We started speaking about various … Continue reading

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What Agile can do better than waterfall?

Currently, Most of the time an organization introduces agile into a development team to deliver better and quicker software. That’s faire only when the development team and QA team gets ample support from the management. In a traditional software development … Continue reading

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Steps towards Hyperproductive Scrum Team

It is normal most of the scrum team will be able to attain a constant velocity after some or huge lessons from the past sprints. But I was wondering are there ways to make still team better than what they … Continue reading

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