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Best Advice For Agile Team Communication

Best Advice For Agile Team Communication

It’s a simple fact that, even on non-agile teams, groups that don’t share what they know and learn openly will fail. Software development, despite what most people think, should never be a single person focused on a single task. One person cannot know everything and so cannot produce the software quality that multiple minds can bring together.

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10 Ways to Improve Your Product Backlog

10 Ways to Improve Your Product Backlog

Sometimes the project requirements makes one appearance – at the beginning of the project. Your product backlog and user stories should be a breakdown of your project requirements. Your project requirements should be reviewed almost as much as your product backlog. Teams, priorities, and goals change in the course of a project.

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9 Signs You Are on A Titanic Project?

9 Signs You Are on A Titanic Project?

It’s a simple fact that, even on non-agile teams, groups that don’t share what they know and learn openly will fail. Software development, despite what most people think, should never be a single person focused on a single task. One person cannot know everything and so cannot produce the software quality that multiple minds can bring together.

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What Is Salesforce and What Does It Do?

Wish to stay updated with the progress of your sales personnel, revenue generation and the number of sales made by your best employee? Well, you need a CRM and companies are spending $40 Billion on CRMs every year. A CRM is your most reliable companion to store and access customers’ data and establish relationships.

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No Governance, No SharePoint.

Before you setup your SharePoint farm, take a look at some of the highlights from SharePoint AIIM report earlier this year. Planning now, will save you headaches and possible dangers later. Do you have any general comments to pass on to others undertaking a SharePoint...

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Linq and SharePoint

Linq has been around for some time and I have always had a lukewarm relationship with the technology (see tweets). Besides SharePoint, I develop ASP.net and Silverlight applications and write my own DAL or use NHibernate. Everything works fine but tends to be over...

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