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Version One have released their annual State of Agile Development Survey for 2012. Co-inciding with this they also released a blog titled the ‘Top 10 Things the State of Agile Development Survey Won’t Tell You’ which I excitedly opened only to find it was a joke blog post. This was slightly disappointing as I love […]

Jvonvoss at recently did a very interesting blog – A World without Burndowns: The Unified Taskboard. It was an interesting concept – use your done column to replace your burn down chart. Normally a taskboard will look like this:   The done column is just a list of everything that the team has achieved. […]

Daily retrospectives are is not a new idea, but it is important to recognise and re-iterate that there are other things than just running a retrospective at the end of each iteration. Consider the heart of Agile for a moment – it is a reflective improvement framework aimed at dealing with the complexities of imperfect […]


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