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Scrum on a Page
Some while back I had a chance to work with the good folks at Neudesic. They presented us with the concept of Scrum on a Page. I never received the soft copy of this document and so I finally decided to create one. Click the image below to get the full size image! Scrum on a Page describes most of the really important details about Scrum, who is involved, the meetings, and what the process is. This is a good doc to have if you are just now learning Scrum. Please feel free to make suggestions if you ......

Posted On Wednesday, December 30, 2009 6:18 PM

Scrum on a Page
Some while back I had a chance to work with the good folks at Neudesic. They presented us with the concept of Scrum on a Page. I never received the soft copy of this document and so I finally decided to create one. Click the image below to get the full size image! Scrum on a Page describes most of the really important details about Scrum, who is involved, the meetings, and what the process is. This is a good doc to have if you are just now learning Scrum. Please feel free to make suggestions if you ......

Posted On Wednesday, December 30, 2009 6:17 PM

Book review: Brownfield Application Development in .NET
The first question you may have in reading the title to this post is what is a Brownfield application? The book opens up a discussion on this topic with this opening line: “An industrial Brownfield is a commercial site contaminated by hazardous waste that has the potential to be reused once it’s cleaned up. To a software developer, a Brownfield Application is an existing project, or codebase, that may be contaminated by poor practices, structure, and design but which has the potential to be revived ......

Posted On Monday, December 28, 2009 4:26 PM

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