• .NET Testing & ALM

    Agile Q&A Panel: The Challenges of Agile Project Management

    Adopting and scaling Agile is a challenging and long process. For everyone. That is why we would like to invite you to our free Q&A panel on The Challenges of Agile Project Management. The event is hosted by our experts who have more than 60 years cumulative experience coaching and implementing Agile. Join our moderated interactive panel and get to meet them:   Joel Semeniuk Microsoft Regional Director, MVP Microsoft ALM, and Executive VP of Agile Project Management at Telerik     Philip Japikse Microsoft MVP, Agile Practices Evangelist at Telerik      Steve Porter Agile Expert and ...
    February 28, 2012
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    What to do when team members go dark, aka the problem with “Fine”

    We’ve all heard it in our personal relationships, whether it’s a partner, parent, or child. You ask a question, and the dreaded answer comes – “Fine”.What’s wrong with that answer, you ask?
    February 23, 2012
  • .NET Testing & ALM

    [Podcast] Getting Started with Joel Semeniuk and Stephen Forte

    In this episode, I speak with Joel Semeniuk and Stephen Forte on how they got started down the path of agile.
    February 07, 2012
  • Testing & ALM

    Scope, Schedule, and Resources – You can’t have them all

    Imagine the scene.  You are starting a new project.  At the kickoff meeting the stakeholder introduces the mission of the project, the business analyst hands out the requirements document, the project manager hands out the project plan, and the development manager gives his best “Do it for the Gipper” speech.  You look through the project plan and see that it specifies a release date (several months in the future), the resources that will be involved, major milestones to be met, and everyone’s assignments. The team looks over the stack of paper in front of them, and roll their eyes. “Here we...
    February 03, 2012
  • .NET Testing & ALM

    Scope, Schedule, and Resources – You can’t have them all

    Imagine the scene.  You are starting a new project.  At the kickoff meeting the stakeholder introduces the mission of the project, the business analyst hands out the requirements document, the project manager hands out the project plan, and the development manager gives his best “Do it for the Gipper” speech.  You look through the project plan and see that it specifies a release date (several months in the future), the resources that will be involved, major milestones to be met, and everyone’s assignments. The team looks over the stack of paper in front of them, and roll their eyes. “Here ...
    February 02, 2012