Agile in a flash : speed-learning Agile software development by Ottinger, Tim; Pfalzer, Susannah; Langr, Jeff

By Ottinger, Tim; Pfalzer, Susannah; Langr, Jeff

Real agilists do not weigh themselves down with libraries of books, they maintain their vital info convenient with them always. Jeff and Tim pack over twenty years of expertise training and doing agile into Agile in a Flash, a special deck of index playing cards that healthy smartly on your pocket and tack simply onto the wall. Agile in a Flash playing cards run the gamut of agile, protecting buyer, making plans, staff, and developer strategies that will help you prevail on agile tasks. you should use playing cards from the deck in lots of methods: as references, reminders, educating instruments, and dialog items. Why now not get units to your complete staff or organization?

This complete set of playing cards is an quintessential source for agile groups. The deck of Agile in a Flash playing cards teaches management, teamwork, fresh programming, agile methods to challenge fixing, and suggestions for training agile groups. crew contributors can use the playing cards as reference fabric, ice breakers for conversations, reminders (taped to a wall or monitor), and assets of beneficial assistance and hard-won knowledge. The playing cards are:

Bite-sized! learn one perform or point at a time in a number of minutes.

clever! every one card has years of sensible adventure at the back of it.

transportable! playing cards healthy simply on your pocket or backpack.

An integral instrument for any agile workforce, and a must have for each agile trainer or Scrum Master.

The Agile in a Flash deck is damaged into 4 parts: making plans, crew, coding, and agile thoughts. front of every card is a short checklist - a precis of the stuff you need to know and take into accout. The again offers extra aspect on all the bullet issues, and gives sage nuggets of information in response to vast specialist adventure. Tape the playing cards in your wall, stick them in your video display, and get agile fast.

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See Card 27, Shu-Ha-Ri. Download from Wow! com> 24 A Winning Hand for Planning Poker 1. Agree on a short size scale 2. Team briefly discusses a story 3. Everyone silently selects a point card 4. Team reveals all cards in unison 5. If outliers exist, discuss and re-vote Download from Wow! com> Card 24—A W INNING H AND FOR P LANNING P OKER T HE P LAN James Grenning’s Planning Poker6 is a fun, consensus-based technique to expedite your story estimation sessions. It requires a short scale of story sizes, such as 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, or XS, S, M, L, XL.

Think of stories in a more ephemeral sense. Once you build the customer’s need (represented by the story) in code, the story has been heard. Only the working feature and the tests that document how it behaves remain. Rip up that card! Download from Wow! com> 20 Shrink XL Stories to Fit ➤ Defer alternate paths, edge cases, or error cases ➤ Defer supporting fields ➤ Defer side effects ➤ Stub dependencies ➤ Split operationally (for example, CRUD) ➤ Defer nonfunctional aspects ➤ Verify against audit trail ➤ Defer variant data cases ➤ Inject dummy data ➤ Ask the customer Download from Wow!

The card wall, real or virtual, is visible to everyone. Team minimizes stories in process Your team works on the smallest sensible number of stories at once, maximizing completion rate so that many stories are truly done well before iteration’s end. Team collaborates daily Having few stories in process means you must collaborate frequently throughout the day. A sole stand-up meeting isn’t enough. Customer accepts only completed stories Stories must pass all programmer and acceptance tests. Anything less than 100 percent gets your team zero credit; incomplete work provides no business value.

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