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Software development is empirical

One should learn from previous experiences and previous mistakes. Even better, one should learn from others experiences and mistakes. In software development, we have been very good at adapting knowledge from other industries. This has been especially the case with the manufacturing industry. From the Taylorism to the more recently influences of Lean thinking, the
Category: Agile & Lean

Burn-up agenda

A burn-up agenda tracks progress towards the planned topics for a workshop. It can be used for any meeting, but is especially useful for time-boxed workshops with a list of topics to be covered. using a simple burn-up grid to plan a meeting and deal with timekeepinghttp://t.co/EuDnw8H5kl by @paulocaroli — Martin Fowler (@martinfowler) August 5,
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The Card Wall

Card walls help to level the flow and maximize the throughput for software delivery. Many books have covered Agile, and several of its principles, practices, and tools, but none have taken a deep look at card walls and the principles behind them. In Stand Back and Deliver, the authors– Pollyanna Pixton, Niel Nickolaisen, Todd Little,
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