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Agile Engineering Training explained

Many Scrum teams face a great challenge even to comply with the basic premise of Scrum: They fail to deliver a potentially shippable product after every sprint. In our 3-day Agile Engineering Course we teach developers modern engineering practices which complement the Scrum Process.

Often we get the question what do we do in our trainings? Especially how we can help companies which "do" Scrum already. So we decided to create a loose series of blog posts presenting some insights from our trainings :-)

Many Scrum teams face a great challenge even to comply with the basic premise of Scrum: They fail to deliver a potentially shippable product after every sprint. Manual testing takes a long time, bugs fixed once reappear in the next version. During the demo meeting the Product Owner rejects a lot of stories because the team missed too many small issues ...

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Product Mastery by Geoff Watts

Our review of "Product Mastery" by Geoff Watts

 

Your opinion needed about the Canadian Regional Scrum Gathering

We are gathering information about the upcoming Regional Scrum Gathering® Canada 2018

 

HR people need to know and apply Agile practices

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Article in Leading Dutch Magazine Elsevier

An interview with agile42 on was published in a special edition of the Dutch weekly Elsevier ...

 

How to Plan the “Perfect Retrospective” - a.k.a. Ditching a Good Plan

Planning too far ahead is a waste: it is best to stay flexible and decide as ...