13

Aug

In a typical agile team, the scrum master is the coordinator/facilitator who makes everything going in the team properly. However, when the team is highly self-organising, do we even need a facilitator? We have a detailed post on the role READ MORE

18

Jul

“You must choose … but choose wisely”   Your decisions play a critical to make or break your future. The company you choose, the girl or guy you marry, the house you buy, the career option you choose. Isn’t it a READ MORE

05

Jul

Lots of teams that I work with generally follow the best practices of a Scrum stand up meeting. However, as time goes by team tend to fall into the slippery slope of just reporting what they have accomplished the previous READ MORE

26

Jun

JavaScript developed by Netscape. JS is a client side as well as a server-side scripting language. It is interpreted programming language as well with object orientated capabilities. 1. How do you create a class in JavaScript? Answer – There are READ MORE

13

Jun

I got an opportunity to drive ‘team book reading’ with my highly competent team for one of the very critical facets of team building i.e. “What it takes to be successful as a Team”. The book name is “The five dysfunctions READ MORE

05

Jun

What is an employee ranking? It’s an ordered list of employees from “most valuable” to “least valuable” derived out of the ERS (Employee-Ranking System) What’s the purpose of an employee ranking? It provides a logical and consistent framework for employee READ MORE

21

May

Problem of Bloated Domain objects In business software applications, the domain objects (entities) are used to represent the business domain. As the application grows and adds more business logic, the service layer, mappers and other patterns gets applied. Often this leads to domain object READ MORE

18

May

Top 100 Agile Blogs websites Below is the top 100 Agile websites list published by AgileChamps team. The process followed to identify top 100 sites is:- Identified few core keywords used for Agile. These keywords are used against the majority READ MORE