We have now ended an intense program for day 1 at Agile 2014, and as promised here’s an update.
After writing my post yesterday I have managed to go through all the practical stuff, meet some very inspiring and cool people and attend a bunch of session on various topics, so here’s my update of the day. Continue reading →
For the next week I will write daily posts from Agile 2014 in Orlando, and let you in on a little of all the cool stuff that’s going on.
I won’t be going into detail on everything, but will try to keep you posted on the most interesting subjects and learnings. For more in depth input, I recommend you sign up for our next meetup at Agile Copenhagen. Continue reading →
Purpose The purpose of the Kick-off event is to define which topics the User Group will cover. During the course of the day all your incoming ideas will be groomed and added to the Product Backlog in prioritized order. The Product Backlog will then lay the foundation for future events. Continue reading →
The most fundamental need of any project team is to know what to deliver. This goes no matter if you are doing a traditional waterfall project or a Scrum project. If you build something no one wants, you have wasted your time. Continue reading →