Tag Archives: SINO

Successful testing in waterfall projects? Agile goes undercover

Agile goes undercover on the EuroSTAR community pages. [image: www.reverbnation.com] With Eric van de Mark, I was having a discussion on how we can improve testing when we are working in a traditional waterfall context. Often we can benefit a lot from … Continue reading

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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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Scaling Agile: Frameworks compared

Implementing SCRUM in a team is a nice challenge. Based on the amounts of discussion on SCRUMButt and SINO (SCRUM In Name Only), it is not really easy to get the process, the artefacts and the mind-set right within each … Continue reading

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