Release Wednesdays

This Wednesday, one of the teams I work with shipped a new version of their product - the DLM Dashboard - for the 10th Wednesday in a row. That's 10 releases in the 10 weeks we've had of 2015 so far. Which is pretty cool.

5 benefits of the Agile Release Train for a single team

To some the Scaled Agile Framework seems like agile with it's heart removed and the process turned up to 11; a set of guidelines and practices designed by consultancies to sell "Agile" to organisations undertaking large software development programmes. They believe it's promises to synchronise, homogenise and constrain a legion of development teams are irresistible to companies that want... Continue Reading →

Retrospective Activity: By The Numbers

Introduction I thought I’d share a sprint retrospective activity I came up with recently. As I outlined in a previous post, I like to structure the retrospectives I facilitate in the form popularised by Esther Derby and Diana Larsen in their book Agile Retrospectives. That structure has five sections, each with a specific goal: Set the... Continue Reading →

Agile 2014 attendees, what are you going to do?

If you attended the outstanding Agile 2014 conference in Orlando over the last week, and you are even remotely like me, then you’ll have returned home with a mind bursting with new ideas and techniques gleaned from your time away. You may well have drawn great inspiration from your time in that hermetically-sealed agilist bubble... Continue Reading →

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