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Agile vs Waterfall: What’s the Difference?

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Newton’s third law is also true in the case of agile vs waterfall, where one sprang to life as a reaction to the other. Created a few decades before the agile methodology, each phase is reliant upon the deliverables of the previous phase. What is Agile? Even though agile is popular, the history of agile is in its infancy.

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Kanban History: Origin & Expansion Across Industries

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Kanban history has informed everything from manufacturing to software development. For those unsure what kanban is, we’ll first explain the kanban system and then go into kanban history from its development to its uses in manufacturing, project management and software development.

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How to master project management for software development

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Software projects can be complex and unpredictable, which is why you need a solid grasp of the software development lifecycle, a suitable framework, and a powerful work management platform at your disposal. This makes communication and efficiency even more critical to project success.

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The Agile Manifesto, Explained

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More along the lines of project management, though, is the Agile Manifesto. Agile is a bit of a controversial topic in the field. Either way, agile offers a fast and nimble way to work that first benefited software development before expanding its reach to almost every industry. What Is Agile?

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Current State and Future Prospects of Scrum and Agile Development in Japan

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Since I became a Professional Scrum Trainer in November, I have been asked a lot about the current state, and the future perspectives, for Scrum and agile development in Japan, where I’ve worked for the last six years. This is important because agile teams are self-managed. Why is that?

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In-Depth: The Evidence-Based Business Case For Agile

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What is the business case for Agile teams? We think we do well to base our beliefs about Agile more on evidence. This post is our attempt to bring an evidence-based perspective to the business case of Agile teams. Each post discusses scientific research that is relevant to our work with Scrum and Agile teams.

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People Drive Solutions, Tools Just Pave the Way!

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The essence of DevOps lies in its conceptual foundation, born out of software engineering. It's about understanding the impact of accelerated processes on our engineering systems and the way we design and approach our products. Enjoy this video? Tools may facilitate this journey, but they are not the journey itself.