I’ve always found it a challenge when new teams are adopting scrum but have simply renamed their list of requirements as a product backlog. Scrum provides a nice facade which shows a steady progress of churning through these requirements, but it makes it extremely difficult to measure the tangible business value. This is particularly the […]
At the risk of being lambasted by the agile community I will use the words enterprise and agile in the same sentence 😉 This article largely follows on from some previous entries and in particular my entry on user centred test driven development. It is often a complaint that large organisations trundle along painfully and […]
Thanks to a colleague at emergn I’m left questioning the real value of TDD.