Agile estimating and planning is not an art, is a supernatural force that guide us and makes our lives miserable during a project execution with surrealistic delivery dates and weekends in company of our beloved fellas, sleeping in a blanket, near the computer, on a turn based programming day. Estimation or the fine art of […]Read More [#ALM]Agile estimation, Story Points and Planning Poker
I’m still quite shocked with the agreement between IBM and Apple to sell and support iPads and iPhones in the enterprise but it is not a surprise. IBM counts with more than 150 business apps and Apple has some of the best consumer devices with no enterprise integration at all. Microsoft has a great combo […]Read More [Enterprise Mobility]IBM and Apple together?
In one of my favorite books , I read something concerning: “In the Standish Group’s 2011 CHAOS Report found that more than half of software projects conducted between 2002 and 2010 were either de- scribed as challenged or complete failures; just 37 percent were classiﬁed as successful” 21% of these projects failed and 42% were […]Read More [#ALM]Why we use agile methodologies?
It has been a couple of weeks since Visual Studio 2013 Update 3 RC was available for download, so I guess that many of you already have the chance to play with it a bit, but just let me go through the new capabilities and features for those that didn’t explore it in deep. First […]Read More Visual Studio 2013 Update 3 RC