One of the greatest problem in Software industry is the rapid change in Technologies and Tools, a change so rapid that your knowledge become stale or obsolete before you have the time to fully master your new toys. In this scenario the major problem is how to evaluate some new “stuff”, while not losing money [...]

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“The hardest single part of building a software system is deciding precisely what to build.” Frederick P. Brooks, The Mythical Man Month This simple sentence contains big truth, the process of building a software has many pitfalls, but the vast majorities of them are related to requirements and gaining a deep understanding of the real [...]

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Risk of not being agile
on June 23rd, 2013
On category: Agile

Deciding if it worth change own process towards agile ones, es Scrum, should be done not only estimating the advantage of using the new process, but also estimating the risk of not using agile procedures developing software in these days. Lets speak about a fail story that could be avoided with scrum (if you do [...]

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Visual studio ALM Rangers just published a good pratical guide for using kanban on TFS 11, I suggest you to have a look at the guide, because is really interesting. The link is here.

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