Posts Tagged 'agile development'

Agile tooling

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The Agile Tooling Debate 

We have had many debates over the last couple of years on agile tooling, what works and what does not work. When agile is scaled and needs to solve enterprise wide problems, the reality is that agile tools are a must.

Manual interactions and collaboration between people becomes too time consuming and it is difficult to coordinate schedules to have all the right people in the same room at the same ...

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Using lists in Trello for Agile software development

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Introduction

Trello is a so-called horizontal product, meaning that it can be used by a wide variety of people, solving a wide range of problems. It is also well-suited for smaller agile software development projects. 

Lists

One of the key features of Trello is the ability to create custom lists (swimlanes). Cards (which can typically contain user stories) can then be attached to custom lists.

Examples of lists

The flexibility of ...

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Agile Documentation

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Documentation? What Documentation?

One of the biggest misconceptions within agile teams is that we do not need documentation. Also, many teams struggle to get to grips with documentation that is needed within agile projects. When implementing agile for the first time, many teams actually drop the ball before realising that some sort of documentation is still needed within agile projects.

The approach

So the first approach is the following:

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