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computers  agile  funny 
yesterday by pozorvlak
Flavours of Agile | thekua.com@work
I started programming around the time people published the Agile Manifesto. My manager at the time handed me the first edition of Extreme Programming Explained.
agile  scrum  kanban 
yesterday by vipom
We'll Try
“We’ll try.” These are the saddest words a programmer has ever spoken, and most of us have spoken them more than once. These words are often the preface to months of grueling effort against a deadline we know in our heart we cannot make. At the end, we come up tired, burnt out, beaten, and short. Management hates us, we hate ourselves, our families don’t know us any more or have fallen by the wayside. The software, if it works at all, is nothing to be proud of.
blog  Agile 
yesterday by pks
Weekdone Weekly Planning + Quarterly Objectives and Key Results (OKR)
Weekly Planning + Quarterly Objectives. Refocus your team and get everyone on track towards achieving their goals and getting work done.
agile  project-management  okr 
2 days ago by bonkey
Twitter
RT : How to deliver User Research in more way? Check a few examples presented by Magdalena 📽️…
Agile  from twitter
2 days ago by adrianh
Flavours of Agile – patkua@work
I am amazed at the emergence of new “agile methodologies.” From a positive note, it demonstrates how wide agile has reached. It also demonstrates how the Agile Manifesto did such an effective job. A simple set of statements brought a worldwide community together. It provided an umbrella for people to share ideas, knowledge and practices. Agile catalysed improvements in the state of software development.
Agile  Scrum 
3 days ago by pks
Twitter
RT : July 18th in NYC, Balanced Team hosts an evening of conversation about leadership with . Sponsored…
agile  from twitter
3 days ago by adrianh
Acquisition Forecast | Acquisition Planning Forecast System
The Secure Flight Program in conjunction with programs within the Technology Solutions Division (TSD) has a requirement to support transitioning several program offices to an agile environment. Agile Coaching is required in order to transition the program offices of Secure Flight and TSD from its current practice and methods (primarily waterfall to agile). Basic requirements include the following: 1) Conducting a thorough review and analysis of the current business practices within the program; 2) Gathering information from each component on its mission to the program, to the organization and also to the Department; 3) Collaborating with Technology Leads; 4) Developing and documenting, aligning processes, procedures, and guidance documents to successfully transition the program components from their current processes to a more agile process; and 5) Support Government Program Managers and Technology Managers with implementing and providing Agile Coaching techniques to transition business areas to the documented agile business processes. In addition, agile coaches must be certified professionals in Scrum and SAFe 4.5 (certified by Scaled Agile Framework) and have specific experiences to include Scrum certified by Scrum Alliance or Scrum.org. Anticipated Strategy: DHS Strategic Sourcing Vehicle SEAD (Services for Enabling Agile Delivery)
agile  DHS  APFS  TSA 
3 days ago by dan.p.taylor

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