Agile software development, with one exception mentioned below, is iterative. An iteration consists of a short time-box, from one month down to one week. The length of the iteration, averaged over random teams I hear about, seems to be coming down from one month (the original Scrum standard) toward one week, the XP cycle which I currently recommend.Read More
Essentials of Agile Software Development
September 5, 2017
The SprintThe heart of Scrum is a Sprint, a time-box of one month or less during which a “Done”, usable, and potentially r... Read More »
Scrum: Going from Done to Done-DoneFor software developers, the goal is not just to have new software that's code complete, but also to have it tested at t... Read More »
New Framework — the IncrementI’m not planning to produce a new brand-named framework, but I am interested in ways of deriving, expressing, desc... Read More »
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