Retrospective is one of the most important event during a Sprint. Scrum opens up a quick feedback with the customer, but also, it opens up quickly a feedback loop within the Scrum team and the way they organize their work and collaboration. Sometimes, weird stuff is proposed out of these retrospective sessions.
I often get this question from developers worried to try Scrum: “Who will decide if we get into a conflict?” Clearing up the traditional team hierarchy seems to scare a few people who were used to have control over the team’s decisions.
Phones. We can’t live without them. They are part of : personal life, professional life, couple life, bored moments life. However, sometimes, you wish you could live without it.
Changing is not always a good thing. Most of the times, a change is needed. However, forced changes can sometimes decrease an organization/team efficiency.
Operating systems can sometimes become really annoying. Since our main tool to accomplish our work is a computer, we unfortunately have to endure some annoying features.
A few weeks ago I asked you who are the current Quebec software influencers. Starting today, I’ll post a quick interview of those who were voted among their peers to be known as influencers. Today : Architecture. I asked them a few questions so you can know them better. The answers are in French. I will soon update this blog post with English translations. Do find below a few interesting facts about our top 3 Quebec software Architecture...
Bugs and errors are part of the reality of building complex software. Good Scrum teams know how to handle such bugs and ensure high quality standards to their frequent releases.
If you are part of a Scrum team, or worse, a Scrum Master, you sometimes have to explains to muggles what is this term referring to.
Helping teams, from a Scrum Master point of view, is not always easy. Especially when it gets into a technical jargon.
I’ve been through a few interviews for Scrum related jobs. Some were memorables. Some others not. Some were just weird!
There are numerous ways to save costs during a software creation lifecycle. Some better than others.
I recently met with one of my ant friends, and he gave me good insights about ants’ major events of the few last years. — A few years ago, an event was organized among ants. It was held in the Amazon forest. A few hundreds ants attended this event. The main topic of this meeting was to discuss about the recent rise of the ‘Queeny’ approach recently adopted by a few millions colonies worldwide. This ‘Queeny’ approach and process...
I read a lot of articles during a week. Some in the morning, during breakfast or on my way to the office. Some during the lunch time, while having a sandwich or a soup in front of my computer. Some other interesting readings at night, while reviewing my blog roll posts or summarizing some Twitter channels or Twitter past favorited items. I rarely comment or reply to these articles. I can agree, disagree or just be in a neutral state of mind in...