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Personal Kanban
I’ve been finding myself working on too many things at once to be effective. Things get 80% finished and then either forgotten until an external stimulus reminds me to complete it or languish far longer on the ‘to do’ pile than they should. I’ve been doing a LOT of thinking / reading /experimenting with Kanban for software development teams. I am even attending a Kanban Coaching Workshop next week with David Anderson (@agilemanager). I have seen people tweet about “Personal Kanban” and thought this ......

Posted On Saturday, February 20, 2010 5:50 AM

Invited to present at MS TFS All Hands meeting
While in Redmond last week I was invited to attend and present at the TFS All Hands meeting. What a lot of brain power in one place (actually 2 places; North Carolina and Redmond.) I guess they usually try to get a customer share their real world experience with the product with the development team. I was given the opportunity to discuss some of what we see as the Hits for TFS 2010, what we still see as gaps and to do a demonstration of the Telerik Work Item Manager and Project Dashboard that Imaginet ......

Posted On Saturday, October 24, 2009 11:04 AM

New version of TFS Work Item Manager / Project Dashboard with Iteration Planning Tool
Today Telerik released our Beta 2 version of our FREE and popular Work Item Manager and Project Dashboard Tooling. There are a bunch of bug fixes (it was a Beta 1 after all) that have been made and one exciting new feature. We now have a way to assist with Iteration Planning. You choose a query (whatever you want) of the work items you want to schedule into Iterations or Sprints. You choose which Iterations you want to do allocation for, what your effort capacity is and we provide a drag-and-drop ......

Posted On Thursday, October 22, 2009 5:04 PM

Telerik Work Item Manager is LIVE (and Free)
Imaginet Resources Corp. has been working with Telerik to help them optimize their Application Lifecycle Management processes. As part of this, we have built some tools to address some specific pain points they were experiencing. Well, Telerik has decided to make these tools available to all. Check out the Telerik TFS Work Item Manager and Project Dashboard. It contains a very rich UI based on the Telerik RadControls for WPF that makes it very easy to manage work items. It supports Enhanced Work ......

Posted On Wednesday, September 9, 2009 3:41 AM

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