Requirements (Epic, Feature, User Story), Task Size and Estimation in Agile and Scrum

Introduction Product Planning Sprint planning Conclusion     Introduction Having the right size for the Backlog items and the tasks is crucial for smooth and

Key Tips For Maintaining Good Product Backlog in Agile and Scrum

Introduction Backlog refinement trough time Key tips for maintaining a good backlog Conclusion     Introduction Backlog is living part of the project or heart

Types of Meetings in Scrum and Agile

Introduction Sprint Planning (2-4 hours for 1-week Sprint) Stand-up meeting everyday (15 minutes) Grooming (Refinement session) (0.5 to 1 hour) (1-2 times/week) Sprint review meeting

User stories in Agile world

Introduction Definition of user story Format or a template for User Story Important concepts Most common mistakes or misconceptions Conclusion Introduction In some of my

TFS 2015 Agile Project Management

Introduction Part 1: Board Improvements Part 2: Build and Track Roadmap Conclusion Introduction The new Agile Project Management features in TFS 2015 provides better support

Quick Intro to Agile

Introduction Agile in Software Development Agile Methods Conclusion     Introduction A couple of years ago, I posted already a post describing roughly what Agile

Automated software testing

Automated software testing Introduction Types of Automated testing UI Testing Unit Testing Functional Testing Planning and executing Automated Tests Conclusion   Introduction Automated testing is

Introduction to software testing

Introduction Software Testing Process Manual vs Automated software testing Software Testing Levels and Types Teams and communication in software testing Conclusion Introduction Software testing represents

DevOps: The Three Stage Conversation – People, Process, Products

Introduction The Three Stage Conversation – People, Process, Products Conclusion Introduction In some of my previous posts; DevOps Framework and Practices and What is DevOps,

Introduction to Visual Studio Code

Introduction Overview of Visual Studio Code User Interface Conclusion Introduction Visual Studio Code is Microsoft’s tool for source code editing and it is designed for Windows,