Agile

Introduction to Ruck (or Loose Scrum) Software Development

Ruck software development system – which is sometimes called Loose Scrum – is an emerging agile methodology that is based on Scrum, but has some features which sets it apart. Ruck methodology was coined by Microsoft’s ALM Rangers team and was called Ruck because in the world of rugby it means “Loose Scrum“. The key …

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5 Myths About Agile Development

As Agile development becomes increasingly popular, there are also some myths that often surround Agile. Some of these myths arise from a misunderstanding of what Agile is and how it is practiced – and this post aims to address the most frequent ones. 1. Agile does not use documentation This is perhaps one of the …

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Getting Started With Scrum Task Board

We recently covered how to get started with Kanban boards, and this post aims to help you if you decided to start using Scrum. The first step to getting started with Scrum is to do it with a pilot project. This pilot project will help you get the hang of how it is done and …

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