About tree years ago the municipality of Rotterdam adopted Agile Development. A special Internet Development Organization was formed for delivering applications for citizens and companies of Rotterdam. This video shows how they implement an event from idea to working software. This event is starting a… Read More »Agile Software Development by the municipality of Rotterdam
On Agile Open 2010 I hosted an open space and I shared an idea on Agile Change Management. In the session I stated Agile Coaching is just a change style that is appropriate for a part of the Agile adoption. I started the session with… Read More »Is Agile Coaching enough for successful Agile Adoption?
Roman Pichler wrote an interesting book on the role of the Product Owner. With many books published on Agile Development this was a book I was waiting for. It consists 119 pages, 6 chapers and a great reference. Every chapter ends with a paragraph common… Read More »Book Review: Agile Product Management with Scrum
I have developed a new Agile training: Agile Architecture. Agile Developement and (Enterprise) Architecture seem at odds with each other. Some say the activities of the (Enterprise) Architectect are You AIN’T Gone Need it (YAGNI) or Big Design Up Front. Some go even further, proposing… Read More »New Agile training: Agile Architecture
This weekend I got an email from X (Chris Verhoef). He noticed I used the research of the Chaos Report and his research in a blog post. Chris and J. Laurenz Eveleens wrote an article in IEEE Software (January and February issue) on the Chaos… Read More »The Rise and Fall of the Chaos Report Figures
For the fourth year the State of Agile Development survey was conducted. This year’s survey saw 2,570 participants from 88 countries share their experiences. Survey questions range from size of organization to individual practices utilized. The interesting results were: – more companies adopt Scrum –… Read More »State of Agile and Agile Survey Results