Monthly Archives: October 2015

SCRUM and the time-to-market

I get many questions about the effectiveness of SCRUM. “To what extend does an organization benefit from SCRUM?”, they ask me, “What are arguments for or against the adoption of it?” Good questions.Check out the latest edition of G(r)ood Testing. … Continue reading

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Agile in Europe, an overview for the Seoul Testing Conference

Last week I visited South Korea and gave a presentation on the SSTC. I was asked to give an overview of the way that we do Agile in Europe. Since Agile is not an out of the box approach, it … Continue reading

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DevOps is Scaling Agile too

A customer of us asked us to give a presentation on DevOps and Agile. Having a mixed audience, Agile experienced Developers, Testers, People from the Business and Operations too, I decided to link Agile and DevOps in a logical story. … Continue reading

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When Agile doesn’t fit

Most of the time I am really enthusiastic about agile, but I notice that some people do not get along with it. In my latest episode of ‘Agile In The Real World‘, I transcribe the interview I had with a … Continue reading

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