Softhouse’s magazine about current topics in Lean and Agile Software Development. In this issue: TDD, Continuous Delivery, SAFe, Agile Fluency.
Softhouse’s Magazine on Lean and Agile development. In this issue: * Agile Project Managers * Line-management in an Agile organization * Coding Dojo
This issue of Lean Magazine is a jubilee-issue with a collection of the best articles in Issue 1-7.
Softhouse’s magazine on Lean Software Develoopment. This issue contains articles about Agile Testing, Leanfrastructure, Software Craftmanship, and Pomodoro Technique.
”Agile Inception in 60 minutes” is a collection of strategies and techniques for accelerating business level output needed to initiate agile releases and/or projects. Whether your context is a single team or a multiteam, scaled delivery enviroment these agile inception strategies can help you with the crucial pre-release planning questions regarding the business model and product attributes that agile teams need in order to get off to a flying start. Join the discussion at our blog: www.leanmagazine.net/2centsonagileagile or on Twitter: @2centsonagile.
CM, Configuration Management, is the art of keeping track of versions, components and additions in order to avoid hassles, problems and errors.
This brochure provides an introduction to the thinking behind a successful Agile Contract and advice about how to make a start on creating your own agreement types.
This brochure provides tangible advice about how to start working with Kanban so that you and your colleagues can • become more efficient and relaxed by focusing on one assignment at a time • deliver according to plan and, progressively, to shorten lead times • communicate with colleagues more quickly and more clearly It’s never too early to start working with Kanban. So why not make a start this afternoon?
The world’s most popular description of the Aglie project method Scrum. Downloaded over 120 000 times and counting.
Scrum è un metodo per il project management che sta prendendo sempre più campo nell’in- dustria del software. Piccoli team formati da 6-8 persone dividono il loro lavoro in “mini progetti” della durata di circa un mese, durante il quale viene espletato un numero limitato di mansioni dettagliate.