27. February 2009 19:58
The correct way to size an agile user story is by assigning each story a "story point" value. The values assigned are usually taken from the Fibonacci sequence or: 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13. Story point values are similar to the concept of "T-Shirt" ... [More]
24. February 2009 20:43
In part one of this series we built a simple Silverlight 2 application that could retrieve list information from SharePoint. In part two we will expand on how Silverlight connects to SharePoint web services and move beyond the default connectivity that you get when you add a service ref... [More]
22. February 2009 01:48
The user experience with SharePoint can be expanded in a number of ways. The usual road is to write web parts that run on the server. The drawback to this approach is that in a large corporate environment many companies are very reluctant to support more that just the out-of-the-box we... [More]
31. January 2009 00:59
Lately most of the projects I've been involved with have used Agile methods to help our development teams keep up with the changing demands of our customers. In the present economic climate we are using these methods to achieve more with less. I'm currently working with Rally Software to help ... [More]
31. January 2009 00:21
A while back I put together a summary of agile principles and practices that I would like to now share with you here:
Principles of Agile Methods
From the "Manifesto for Agile Software Development"
Through early and continuous delivery of valuable software.
7. June 2006 01:31
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