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The Happy Agilist
Retrospectives, also called as Retro meetings, are an effective tool for continuous learning and improvement. They can also be used to eliminate waste in an Agile project that do not add value to the team or the customer. And, that’s the topic of today’s podcast.
Daily Scrum is one of the important among all Scrum meetings. It can greatly help with the success of a Sprint and ultimately the project.
However, there is one indicator to watch out for that can make this meeting ineffective. That’s the topic of this edition of the Happy Agilist podcast.
Risks are often detrimental to the project when they happen. It is prudent to have an effective strategy to manage risks.
In this episode of the podcast, I talk about three tips that you can use to manage risks in your Agile Project. These tips are simple and easy to implement. Do check them out!
In this second podcast from Breathe Agile, we talk about Continuous Integration. CI, as it is shortly called ensures the sanity of software amidst a shared development model.
We talk in detail about:
- Why do you need a Continuous Integration system?
- What are the key components of this system?
- What are the solutions available in the market?
In our first podcast on Breathe Agile, we talk about an important concept in Agile Planning – Prioritization. It is very important to understand Value and Prioritization as they form the foundation of any Agile Project.
In this podcast we talk about:
- Importance of Value based Delivery
- Inverted Triangle Model
- Prioritization techniques like Kano Analysis, MoSCoW, Monopoly Money etc.