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Agile methodology for DevOps and O&M

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Typical Agile methodologies such as Scrum, where it’s common to have regular rituals, and lock user stories during the sprint to avoid interruptions, don’t usually work for Operation and Maintenance (O&M) projects, and DevOps, because the activities in that type of projects are usually unpredictable, and priorities change rapidly and really often. Kanban is a … Continued

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About the webinar: Top 10 Secrets of Agile Transformation

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  I recently watched a webinar from the Scrum Alliance: Top 10 Secrets of Agile Transformation. It was delivered by Michael Sahota, founder of the Toronto Agile community. In it, Sahota shared the 10 secrets he follows when helping create a successful Agile transformation, based on his experience as a Scrum Alliance Certified Enterprise Coach℠. … Continued

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Git best practices for Agile projects and distributed teams

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For those who are not familiar with Git, it’s one of the most popular version control systems, created by Linus Torvals for the development of the Linux kernel. One of the best features of Git is that every directory on every computer is a full-fledged repository with complete history and full version tracking abilities, independent of … Continued

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Agile Software Development Overview

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Last month I read a classic text on agile software development called The Agile Samurai: How Agile Masters Deliver Great Software by Jonathan Rasmusson.  This book is required reading for all team members in our organization. When my teenage son (an aspiring software engineer) asked me what the book was about, I told him about … Continued

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