The Scrum Guide has a lot to say about the Product Backlog, and rightly so. It’s pivotal to everything a Scrum Team does. But one thing the Scrum Guide doesn’t tell you, is how you create a Product Backlog. So, here’s one way you can do exactly that.
In this article, I’ll show how using a well-known Agile technique can reduce cost AND increase value for your next software project.
It’s been a year and a half since I wrote my most successful blog article Professional Scrum Master I (PSM I) Exam Preparation. Since then, hundreds of people have subscribed to the site, many of whom have gone on to earn their PSM I certificate. The most frequent question I get asked now is “When will you write an article on passing the PSM II”? Well, here it is.
Delegates in C# is one of those things that you NEED to know if you want to extend your knowledge of C#. You’ll find it used in a number of places from events to LINQ. This article introduces the fundamental elements of delegates, as introduced in C# 1.0.
Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland, the creators of Scrum, have issued a new version of the official Scrum Guide, dated July 2013.
They have produced a video where they discuss the changes in the new Scrum Guide.
What I wanted to do in this article, was to get closer to the changes by listing the differences between the Scrum Guide 2011 and the Scrum Guide 2013 on a side-by-side comparison. This information is provided below without commentary.
All references to the old guide mean the Scrum Guide October 2011. All references to the new guide mean the Scrum Guide July 2013