Monthly Archives: July 2014

[#ALM]Agile estimation, Story Points and Planning Poker

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, … Continue reading

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[Enterprise Mobility]IBM and Apple together?

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 … Continue reading

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[#ALM]Why we use agile methodologies?

 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; … Continue reading

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Visual Studio 2013 Update 3 RC

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 … Continue reading

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