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- RefactoringRefactoring is the process of restructuring existing code without changing its external behaviour. Refactoring is done to improve the simplicity and(...)
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- Resource Utilization TrapIn many organizations, the people who do the work are treated like economic resources (think: iron ore) and it’s felt that they have a price, and so must(...)
- RetrospectiveThe Sprint Retrospective is an event at the end of the Sprint where the Scrum Team reflects on all that happened in that period, with the intention to(...)
- Roadmaps and StrategyIn traditional approaches, a Roadmap is a list of dates and promises that are being made to the customer. Traditional Roadmaps don’t work because there is(...)