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Other Resources for Scrummasters, Product Owners and Agile Developers: podcasts, approaches, groups

The Agile Dictionary

May 29, 2013 0

The Agile Dictionary is a web site that proposes a definition of words used in Agile software development. For each word, you will find some synonyms and the origin of the word.

The Agile Atlas

April 15, 2013 0

The Agile Atlas is a web site supported by the Scrum Alliance which is an information resource for Scrum and Agile practitioners. The purpose of this site is to provide an “encyclopedia” of information about Agile and related methods.

Collaboration Games for Agile Teams

March 26, 2013 0

Collaboration Games from the Growing Agile Toolbox is a free e-book written by Karen Greaves and Samantha Laing that proposes ten games to build collaboration in Agile teams.

Cynical Agile and Scrum Definitions

March 13, 2013 0

Running Agile software development projects using Scrum is not always an easy task. Sometimes you need to take a step back and look at the Agile best practices with a dose of humour.

Essential Scrum Glossary

November 26, 2012 0

The Essential Scrum Glossary is a list of definitions of terms used in Scrum in particular and in Agile in general. An entry in the glossary might be a single word, such as “epic”, a phrase, such as “all-at-once product development”, or an acronym like “TDD”. The definitions are numbered if a term has more than one definition.

Scrum Pattern Community

June 25, 2012 0

Alistair Cockburn describes software development as a cooperative game. Scrum provides one set of rules for one such way of playing the game. The Scrum Guide is the official rule book. However, the Scrum Guide doesn’t tell you the rationale behind Scrum as a whole, or behind many of its successful practices. Those rationales come out of experience, community, and the insights of its founders and inventors. The ScrumPLoP mission is to build a body of pattern literature around those communities, describing those insights, so we can easily share them with the Scrum and Agile communities.

Core Practices for Continuous Delivery

March 1, 2012 0

Continuous delivery allows teams to reduce dramatically the transaction cost of releasing high-quality software, so you can do it much more frequently, providing a much richer and faster feedback cycle from users back to product teams. But, in turn, you need to change the way you think about managing the flow of work through the software delivery process.

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