Posts Tagged "Scrum"

Rails vs Other Platforms

I came across an interesting discussion happening in Linked In RoR group with the topic RoR compared with other development platforms.. Lets see how this topic got started, the community opinion and finally my opinion.

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Dunnitt on Rails on Agile – Part -I

We have recently launched the pre-beta version of Dunnitt (http://www.dunnitt.com). Like how Twitter is for micro-blogging, Dunnitt is for micro-collaboration. You can check the screenshots of Dunnitt at http://www.dunnitt.com/one_minute_manual Thought I would share here some of the simple things we

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Ruby Way of Showing Interest

Recently we saw an advertisement for a Rails Developer contract job in one famous Rails website. The potential client posted a small puzzle in Ruby and asked the potential candidates to solve and apply for it. We thought we would

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Architects and Agile Projects

I just finished watching the video “Agilists and Architects — Allies not Adversaries” that was presented by Martin Fowler and Rebecca Parsons during the QCon 2008 San Francisco conference and was published by InfoQ recently. It was a very interesting

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Agile People Managment

Recently, there was one cool discussion in eXtreme Programming yahoo group about “Agile People Management”. Some one raised a question about the concept of line management exisit in Agile and who handles it. In response to that question, Alexandru Palade

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Agile Can Save You and Your Company

Clarke Ching has written a book “Rocks Into Gold Pocket Book“. This book is about a programmer who saves his job, his colleagues’ jobs, and perhaps even his company by using just one agile principle. His project was about to

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Test Your Build, Otherwise Get Rotten By Hitler

One funny video going around in Internet (Youtube) with the title “The downfall of Agile Hitler”. If you haven’t watched it yet, do check it out now.

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Scrum Product BackLog on Google sites

I usually keep the Scrum Product BackLog (PBL) on an Excel sheet and share it across the project members. It has its own pros and cons. Some people also use Google docs spreadsheet for the same. I just found

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Event: Fallacies of Agile Development – By Venkat Subramaniam

On 20th April 2009, Venkat Subramaniam will speak on Fallacies of Agile Development at Gandhinagar, Adyar, Chennai. For registering your free seat, please visit http://chennaiagile.pbwiki.com/20-April-2009-Venkat-Subramaniam. Hurry, only 21 seat left as of today.

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Chennai Agile Seminar – Cutting Cost Through Agile

Agile Seminar in Chennai

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