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Ordering the Product Backlog

In this article, Brent Reid discusses the fact that in Scrum, the product backlog should be ordered and not prioritized. His point is that priority has a meaning only within a certain context. Thus what is high priority one day could be low priority in the future. Thus, the product owner must deliver a totally […]

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Just In Time Software Requirements

Elena Yatzeck shares in this blog post her thoughts about “value spike”. A “spike” is a short piece of work within an agile project in which one or two programmers may be assigned to do outside of the iteration structure. The goal is to investigates unknown technology problems well enough so you can estimate them. […]

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The Importance of Backlog Prioritization

In this blog post, Maurits Rijk explains the importance of a prioritized backlog to deliver business value as quickly as possible in a Scrum project.

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Delivering What’s Right

‘In Programming, the hard part isn’t solving problems, but deciding what problems to solve’. In this famous quote, Paul Graham sums up one of the great challenges of software development, namely, how do we pick the right problem to solve, the right feature to deliver, the right bug to fix?

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Agile Requirements with Visual Studio 2010

This video shows how to specify the application’s requirements using user stories and a product backlog in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010.

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