The Daily Scrum, Episode 9 is now available for download in iTunes! In this episode we chat about competition in technology, an agile way of doing Agile, and the article Exposing Agile Software Development Myths.
Show outline & notes
- Introduction: The Daily Scrum is a podcast about Agile Project Management for Non-software Developers.
- Google v. Apple v. Microsoft
- WWDC: What do we expect?
- Video / Screencast: Technical difficulties, what the heck happened?
- Google Docs + GitHub: An agile Agile solution?
- Hierarchy: Nesting stories & epics & tasks & bugs
- Exposing Agile Software Development Myths (link)
- Myth 6: Agile is good for any project
- Being ‘That Guy’
- Bottom-up or Top-down: How can a project be successfull?
- How do you sell Agile?
- Needing Thick Skin: Being the bad guy
- Mannheim Steamroller (link)
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