Must Listen 5 Dysfunctions of Teams Keynote by Patrick Lencioni!! Beautifully explained. Highly recommended!
I love the way Sans Security has listed the checklist of web security. It helps audit the projects security current status in any phase and identify the 30-60-90 day plan to achieve the desired destination. I have used it in many projects and yields proven results. Highly Recommended ! The detailed list is as follows. … More Awesome Web Security Audit Checklist!
Public Speaking is a medium in which,you can change someone’s life or career in 30 – 60 minutes! Inspire the audience and have the ability to change the world for better !! This vision motivates most of us to engulf in the fire of “Public Speaking” ! Here are the 3 important points to consider next … More How to become an Awesome Public Speaker ?
Based on experience, Accuracy of Estimate in hours is waste of time, Why? Different people will take different number of hours to complete the same task. However, the complexity and effort rough estimates of Stories or PBI’s using points will be same. Story points gets good enough estimates with a lot less work, it is a … More Don’t estimate Stories or PBI’s using hours but estimate using Story points??? Why?
One of the Problems in Scrum is that there is so much work in progress at a time that at the end on the sprint very less may get completed. In order to effectively mitigate this risk, team should manage the Work in Progress(WIP )limits and focus on completing one Product Backlog item(PBI) at a … More Is your Sprint Backlog cluttered and in stuck mode? Managing Work in Progress (WIP) Limits can help!
Developers often feel when the code on their local dev environment is completed, the Story is completed. But no, there is far more. Written Definition of Done, helps team to accurately estimate the stories and how much effort is left to complete. It also gives visibility to scrum master to analyse the progress. Here is a … More “Definition of Done – DoD” in Agile Scrum, What exactly is it ?
Agile manifesto was authored in Feb 2001 and has 4 core values : Highest priority is to satisfy the customer,through early and continuous delivery of valuable software Responding to change over Following a plan. Individuals and interactions over processes and tools. Working software over comprehensive documentation. For detailed Agile Manifesto, please refer > http://www.agilemanifesto.org/principles.html Reference : … More What are the Core Fundamentals of Agile Scrum?