Agile

Estimating in story points compared to hours

Nowadays you will find less and less people who still haven’t heard anything about Agile framework called Scrum. Those, who already learned about it one of the first things they met was the concept of a “Story point”. Story point is a measure of size of a user story, feature or other piece of work …

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Involve your team into agile process

Prelude Fear of innovation, lack of mutual goals and organizational skills can drive any team into the ground. Also, it is worth mentioning that in the most common cases gap between great and average professionals in a team can be up to 10 times the difference, while gap between great and average team can be …

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A Case For Electronic Whiteboards

Project managers sometimes disagree whether a physical whiteboard or a digital tool is the most efficient way of keeping the project on track. Advocates of physical whiteboards often list various advantages of using a large, physical board. It helps the team see the big picture, focus on the goal, see the bottlenecks, and can be …

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Archify’s CTO: Do Not Overmanage Your Project

Today we are talking to Archify – the providers of an awesome personal archiving service – and their CTO Gerald Bäck. The company is based in Berlin, but their team is distributed across the whole Europe – and Gerald shares how they manage their development process. Tell us about yourself. What does your company do? I am Gerald, the …

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