One of the most important expectations to set early on is about involvement in the process. Many project stakeholders accustomed to traditional-style development view their role in a software development project as akin to dropping a car off for service: You tell someone what you need done and come back at appointed time to pick […]
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 Test-Driven Development (TDD), big meetings, product ownership, UX stories, cognitive bias, ScrumMaster job description, test management in JIRA, #NoProjects, team performance and software testing culture.
Methods & Tools – the free e-magazine for software developers, testers and project managers – has published its Fall 2016 issue that discusses alternatives to acceptance tests, Agile transformation, software project estimation, Agile coaching and the following free software tools: DbFit, generjee, Mox.
The [Product Owner] role is still incredibly broad, incredibly nuanced and incredibly challenging for a single individual to do well. I’ve probably met 2-300 product owners over the last five or so years and I think perhaps 3-5 of them were doing an outstanding job across all the aspects of the role. So we’re still […]