Category Archives: Continuous Integration

Making Sprint Retrospectives Really Effective (Part 1 of 4)

The Agile Scrum Framework is based on empirical process control and requires transparency of the process and work product, and ability to inspect so the team can adapt to help it achieve their goals.  There are several feedback loops built … Continue reading

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Continuous Integration and Testing: Mere Child’s Play

My youngest son loves to play the game “Mouse Trap”, and last Christmas vacation, I had the opportunity to play many rounds of it with him. The object of the game is to build the mouse trap contraption piece by … Continue reading

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Why so Agile?

I’ve said it before, and here I am saying it again – Change is hard.   The largest obstacle to any organization looking to adopt more agile development practices is that transition – we are creatures of habit and now we … Continue reading

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Changing Agile Roles – The Programmers

Many people don’t see that there are many changes to the programmers’ life when it comes to moving to agile software development.  I personally see quite a few changes.  Some of these changes are basic, like moving to test driven … Continue reading

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