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- Large Scale ScrumLeSS, aka Large Scale Scrum. The abbreviation leads to some good puns (do more with LeSS). There isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution to scaling. When the(...)
- Lean Software DevelopmentResource Links: Applying Lean Tools and Techniques to Scrum Grown-Up Lean - The Nature of Software Little's Law - The ONE thing you can do to(...)
- Lean StartupLean Startup is a way for a group of people with a product idea to test it with the market and gain rapid feedback on whether the world wants what they're(...)
- Lean Startup ExperimentsA core concept of Lean Startup is that we need to validate aspects of your product or business idea that are assumptions or that represent risk. Looking(...)
- Lean UXAgile or Lean UX (User eXperience) is about incorporating UX into the flow of work of a development team. Many try the approach of having the UX people(...)
- Learning TimeSlack, in the context of Agile/Scrum, is when the time isn't solely focused on delivering. (It's important not to confuse this with Slack, a popular(...)
- Legacy Code and SystemsLegacy code is often described as code checked into the system without a unit test. A popular definition from Michael Feathers, author of Working(...)
- Liberating StructuresLiberating Structures are tools that create balance in self-organization, which is at the heart of all Agile approaches. Too often self-organized events(...)