Shift left is a methodology based on moving tasks, processes, and responsibilities to earlier in the development process.
In this article, we’ll unpack the fundamental problem of shared team ownership and what you might actually achieve instead.
A user story helps you understand your product by describing who the user is, what they want to achieve, and why they want to achieve it.
Team velocity is a way of measuring productivity during an iteration to indicate the amount of work a team can accomplish.
The Start, Stop, Continue retrospective is one of the many retrospectives out there. What makes it unique, however, is its direct approach.
The optimal sprint length has always been a discussion-provoking topic. Although two-week sprints are standard, it’s not always the most appropriate length for a given context.
The Certified Scrum Master certification focuses on the scrum framework and understanding team accountabilities, scrum events, and artifacts.
It feels like only yesterday that the word “agile” indicated some nirvana state that every self-respecting tech company wanted to achieve.
Feature flags are components that enable software teams to manage and control the release of a product in a more controlled manner.
Disciplined agile is a flexible agile method that adapts to your team’s needs rather than the other way around. Instead of a rigid set of non-tailorable rules, DA offers a toolkit.
A sprint review is used to inspect the increment delivered in the previous iteration and determine the direction of further iterations.
XP practices are more central to the way that work is done compared to traditional projects. XP aims to deliver stable, working software, predictably.