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Are You Agile Enough for DevOps?

One of the biggest buzzwords in the industry lately is DevOps.  We all know by now what DevOps is intended to offer, and most organizations are looking for at least some subset of the promise of a continuous delivery flow … Continue reading

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Connect with VersionOne at TriAgile 2016

Dates:  Thursday, June 30, 2016 Location:  McKimmon Center, 11101 Gorman St., Raleigh, NC Event URL:   http://triagile.com Event Overview VersionOne is proud to be a gold sponsor of TriAgile 2016. This conference is a wonderful opportunity to bring people together from all … Continue reading

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Bug Bashing for Beef

At VersionOne we like to try new things.  Experiment with new processes.  Inspect and adapt.  Hey, I guess we do agile. Recently we noticed that our bug backlog was beginning to get some cruft in it, so we brainstormed how … Continue reading

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So…when does the healing begin?

Many people have commented on the statement that Kent Beck made in Snowbird around his purpose for the meeting.  I wasn’t there of course, so I am most likely paraphrasing, but the generally accepted representation was that he wanted to “heal … Continue reading

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Honk If You Love Hackweek

Alexa, honk Ian’s horn.” Uncomfortable silence. You know the kind when you are in a demo and shit doesn’t work and the audience just stares at you. The air gets thick, you sweat a little and you shake your mouse … Continue reading

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Is DevOps a People Problem AND a Technical Problem?

Over the past few years, I’ve become more familiar with the works of Jerry Weinberg.  One of his best is a book called Secrets of Consulting, which I highly recommend to all those who give advice for a living.  Among … Continue reading

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This is Way Better Than the Ice Bucket Challenge!

If you feel like there’s a lot of time being idled away on the Ice Bucket Challenge and other wacky, brainless activities, we have a better idea to spend your time. In just 10 minutes you could do something really valuable … Continue reading

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With Me It’s All or Nuthin’

Forgive me for bringing up show tunes.  I love the old musicals. One of the true classics of American theater is the show Oklahoma.  I got to thinking about this in a very roundabout way the other day.  The song, called … Continue reading

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Agile Mind-sets: The Power of an Analogy

Guest post by Fred Pernet and Roly Stimson of Emergn Never underestimate the power of an analogy. Scientists increasingly think it is central to pretty much all thought, but particularly innovative thinking, where we are moving into new conceptual landscapes and … Continue reading

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Scalable Agile Estimation and Normalization of Story Points: Review of published scalable agile estimation methods (Part 3 of 5)

In Part 1 of this multi-part blog series, I introduced the topic of the blog series and provided an overview.  Scalable agile estimation methods are required to provide reliable estimates of workload (work effort) and also reliable velocity metrics (both … Continue reading

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