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versiononeIn 2011, VersionOne, recognized by agile practitioners as the leader in agile management tools, continued to see its investment in the agile community deliver significant returns as it grew its user base to over 50,000 teams and added 90 agile consulting partners. 

AccuRev Integrates GIT Into Enterprise Level SCM

Written by Sudheer Raju | Wednesday, 08 February 2012
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AccuRev, Inc.
, the leading provider of advanced tools for managing the software development process, this week broke new ground with the release of the first Git integration that seamlessly bridges the world of open source and commercial tools for enterprise-class software configuration management.

Why Should You Use Story Points?

Written by Bhardwaj Velamakanni | Tuesday, 31 January 2012
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A common question that a Scrum coach would face while transitioning an organization into Agile is “Why story points?” While this question appears very trivial, people seem to ask this question very seriously. Before we attempt to answer the question let’s have a quick look at what the story points are?

Where Is Agility Leading Agile Tools To?

Written by Sudheer Raju | Thursday, 26 January 2012
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Over 10 years and I see some posts being written, quite interesting saying we have understood agile and we are moving towards aggressive adoption, some stating that it's become routine, boring and probably agile is on the decline. I liked a post in particular from Planbox blog what appeared to me as a declining agility Vs. evolving agility.

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AgileWrapSummary Review: AgileWrap is a simple, easy to use application lifecycle management tool with just about required features to manage agile projects. The design of the product core is a grid that very effectively handles every aspect of application lifecycle and finds itself to keep it simple than embed complex customization or integrations.

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Daily Stand UpThe daily standup meeting or scrum meeting presents the team with a regular opportunity to synchronize development activities with the iteration plan and to check and reflect on the progress of the team’s commitments towards the iteration goal. As a forum for communication and feedback, the team members co-ordinate their work and make a commitment to the team about what they aim to achieve in the day. They also identify any difficulties and obstacles to progress. The meeting is not intended to generate solutions nor remove obstacles.

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Agile TipsMany enterprises are experimenting with agile development approaches like Scrum, Kanban, Lean and XP hoping that introducing a new development approach will help. Yet, agile development has struggled to achieve critical mass in large enterprises. The reasons behind the struggle are worth analyzing in the hopes of finding a way forward.

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ScrumDesk, an Online scrum project management tool has published a very simple version of Scrum guidelines for anyone who wish to adapt to agile which will be particularly useful to shorten your transfromation period and stabilize agile environment earlier. 

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You Kanbanized your development process and setup a perfect workflow. You see the flow and feel its power. You even measure cycle time and want to reduce it. But it is not as easy as expected. Some problems in your development process are hard to find and are revealed on team level.

15 Characters To Assess Teamsmanship

Written by Ravi Vadugu | Thursday, 29 December 2011
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Agile TeamsOne of the first hurdle that any projects comes across is ability to gel as a team to deliver projects. Specifically when the teams are adopting agile where the key focus is around people and teams. The shift in ways of working from traditional to lean methods puts the teams at great discomfort to start with and often determines if you are able to adopt to agile or not. 

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