Sitting or Standing? How should the daily status meeting go? Beyond the three questions – Scrum says very little about what should go into the daily stand-up. There was an entire conversation recently on Scrum Development on this very subject Standing Nobody wants to stand for very long – keeps the meeting short We’re away […]
Doug Seven at MS, describes a variation of on Scrum where they only get Customer feedback one sprint in three. This isn’t Scrum. Scrum relies on getting frequent feedback from the Product Owner (aka Customer). Teams should be able to consult with the Product Owner daily (at a minimum a couple of times a week). […]
Always chasing little scraps of paper around the office? Then consider “My Life Organized” as a task manager. (Short review, I five other tasks to achieve.)
Scrum, QA, bugs, waterfall, Agile
Choose your time slot and subject title wisely. Competing against Mike Milinkovich (Eclipse Foundation) and Alec Saunders, Michael Dunlevy (Founding Agreements) wasn’t a good choice. In addition, the title “Scrum in a Nutshell” only sells to people who already know what Scrum is (I was hoping for a wider audience). Perhaps next time I will […]
Guido van Rossum has created a new tool project called Mondrian for online code reviews. But even Guido can’t solve the fundamental problems of an online code review….