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  • How Story Mapping Complements Agile Development

    Story mapping offers a visualization of the steps, or stories, which make up a software development project. This conversation with several experts on the topic discusses how story mapping works, how maps are created and how stakeholders benefit from seeing the lay of the land.

    Written by Matthew Heusser07 April 14 22:56
  • Why You May Need an 'Agile Coach' (Whatever One Is)

    Ask an 'agile coach' what he or she does and the answer could range from write code to run meetings. It's not what you'd necessarily expect an agile coach to be doing, but that doesn't mean the role is unnecessary.

    Written by Matthew Heusser15 Oct. 13 17:14
  • Has Agile Software Development Gone Mainstream?

    Today's software development industry views object-oriented programming as 'just another tool.' Is agile development headed the same way?

    Written by Matthew Heusser12 Aug. 13 18:40
  • How to Adjust to the Changing Face of Software Testing

    Beyond testing scripts and automating everything, a new approach to software testing is gaining traction in larger organizations. Proponents including Barclays, the world's fourth largest bank. Should your team listen?

    Written by Matthew Heusser14 March 13 13:36
  • 3 Ways to Be More Agile With Software Shipping Decisions

    The agile development community gave up on the idea of 'approving' specifications and designs about 10 years ago. The next thing to go may just be the when-to-ship decision. As software release schedules are increasingly compressed, here are three ways to rethink the ship/no ship decision.

    Written by Matthew Heusser07 Feb. 13 14:11
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  • 'No Estimates' in Action: 5 Ways to Rethink Software Projects

    The idea behind the #NoEstimates approach to software development isn't to eliminate estimates but, rather, to explore other ways to solve problems without specifically asking, 'How long will it take?' Here are five real-world examples of teams that are doing just that.

    Written by Matthew Heusser05 Nov. 13 19:32