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Competencies versus Roles: We’ve seen a positive move toward emphasizing competencies in a team rather than roles or titles. As teams make that change, we see fewer “It’s not my job” excuses and more “How can I help?” conversations. Team members will continue to have core competencies in some areas more than others, but they may not identify as strongly with a particular role. For example, saying, “I am a tester” really means, “I perform mainly testing activities because that is my primary passion and strength. I can provide leadership …
Methods & Tools – the free e-magazine for software developers, testers and project managers – has just published its Spring 2015 issue that discusses Impact-Driven Scrum, Code Review, #NoEstimates,Self-Selecting Teams, Software Laws, Kanboard and ConQAT.
Here is our monthly selection of knowledge on programming, software testing and project management. This month you will find some interesting information and opinions about software development culture, project estimation, checking the health of your project team, the costs and benefits of unit testing, product backlog management, mobile architecture, test coverage and user experience.
Here is our monthly selection of interesting knowledge material on programming, software testing and project management. This month you will find some interesting information and opinions about software and system modeling, programmer psychology, managing priorities, improving software architecture, technical user stories, free tools for Scrum, coding culture and integrating UX in Agile approaches.