Agile software development, steps to work with Requirements, Estimation and Planning

Monjurul Habib. (CodeProyect). 2014-01-01.
The hardest single part of building a software system is deciding precisely what to build. Everybody in software development has the same goal: Rapid, Reliable, Low Risk delivery of high-quality, valuable functionality to users. This article will help them to achieve their goal.

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SD Times Blog: Agile 2016: Scrum is not done yet, and neither are you

Christina Mulligan (SD Times Editors Blog Published: July 25th, 2016)
Scrum has been around for the past 21 years, with Scrum.org fueling and supporting the methodology since 2009. According to the organization, today about 90% of teams use Scrum, and more than 1 million people have taken the Scrum.org assessments. But with the recent innovations and ever-changing trends in the software development space, is there still a future for Scrum? Dave West, product owner and CEO of Scrum.org, says yes. – See more at: http://sdtimes.com/sd-times-blog-agile-2016-scrum-not-done-yet-neither/#sthash.GVmZwqhr.dpuf

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