As we have progressed as a scrum team, our board has evolved in line with our continuous improvement ethos. Heavily influenced by the Theory Of Constraints, we introduced WIP limits on user stories and the board by restricting the number of lanes. We have seen team and productivity benefits when adopting some of these simple changes.
There are many benefits of using MVC and lot’s of frameworks are built on it. When structuring your code it is useful to understand the basics. This post is a really simple of the MVC structure abstracted into layman’s terms using an everyday example we should all be aware of.
An interesting session demonstrating how to use some of the ideas that the ToC teaches us and how we apply them to our Agile methodologies.
Retrospectives can be one of the most valuable sessions in Scrum and Agile teams. Often they can become boring and less useful to the team and they can fall into an administrative process with less value. This post is about sharing a recent retrospective session that was fun, engaging and got results using a Top Gear theme to explore, identify and resolve issues to benefit the team and ultimately the business.