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The whole controversy over Agile vs waterfall methodology has been covered in countless articles and blog posts. Yet I still spend a lot … Continued
While at Agile2014 in Orlando last year Nathan was lucky enough to be interviewed by Shane Hastie for InfoQ. In the interview … Continued
In Episode 33 of The Board, we talk about: Arbejdsglaede or happiness at work benefits ranging from workflow to the … Continued
In Episode 30 of The Board, we talk about: Defining velocity (as discussed in Mike Cohn’s blog) Signs you’re doing … Continued
Last Friday we ran our latest free workshop “An introduction to running Agile projects at scale“. What does it mean … Continued
We have just added the first in a series of posts about our experiences at the Agile 2013 conference in Nashville, Tennessee over at boostagile.com. … Continued
Last night I gave a presentation for Agile Welly on how Boost integrates UX and Design in to Scrum. Thanks to everyone … Continued
In a recent post I discussed the question “Are user stories the same as use cases?”. This is a question … Continued
For the past three weeks I’ve been trialling a new form of to-do list, inspired by the Agile visible workspace. … Continued
Last week I described the bones of the user story in the first post of our introductory series on user stories. … Continued