Our 'Agile' articles

Daily Standups – An Introduction Daily Standup Meetings

Daily standups

Daily standups are quick, informative meetings meant to align the team on what each person is working on, and to identiy any blockers.

Agile Ceremonies: Events and processes in Agile Development

Agile Ceremonies

Agile ceremonies are a repeating sequence of meetings a scrum team holds. They ensure the team is moving in the right direction and always improving.

Introduction to Agile Sprint Retrospectives

Sprint Retrospectives

Sprint retrospectives influence a culture of continuous improvement by bringing the team together to discuss what worked well, and what didn't work well.

Agile Sprint Planning – A Quick Introduction

Agile sprint planning

Agile sprint planning helps align the team around the work they will do in the upcoming sprint. It answers "what" and "how" the work will be done.

The Cost of Missing Acceptance Criteria

Missing Acceptance Criteria

QA and development teams waste a lot of time, money and effort if requirements don’t have enough acceptance criteria. Read here how to avoid this situation.

Sprint Demos – The Benefits to Agile & QA Teams

Sprint demos

Sprint demos are regular meetings to inform stakeholders on progress. Inviting cross functional roles to demos creates a collaborative sharing environment.

What is Planning Poker? – Agile Estimation Techniques

What is planning poker

Planning Poker is a highly efficient agile planning and estimating procedure that is used to help find consensus within a agile team on how long each user story will take. Due to its fun element and simplicity, it is very widely used.

The Importance of Backlog Grooming

Backlog grooming

Backlog grooming helps keep momentum with product development. A well managed backlog means you can deliver your highest quality work at a good pace.

The Definition of Done in Agile (DoD)

Definition of Done in Agile

A definition of done is an important artifact in agile development. Creating and enforcing a definition of done brings your team together.

Agile Test Case Management – Keeping Your Test Cases Lean

Agile test case management

Agile test case management may be straight forward, but test cases can easily become obsolete if not regularly managed, we take a look into this further.

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