Monthly Archives: January 2016

The Clean Coder – Book review

This post is a review of a book for professional programmers. The Clean Coder: A Code of Conduct for Professional Programmers [1] is the complete title of the book. The book is written by Robert C. Martin (aka Uncle Bob) [2]. This publication is a must to read and being familiar with for professional software developers. All the content has a profound foundation based on the Robert C. Martin’s experience. The author gives guidelines how a professional programmer acts.

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The scope of the Daily Scrum

The scope of the Daily ScrumThis post is a discussion about scope of the Daily Scrum. Scope is considered in terms of meeting duration time, participants and discussion topics. Emphasis is particularly put on discussion topics. The general assumption is following The Scrum Guide™[1]. Scrum is a framework and allows us to suit it for an exact Scrum Team characteristics. We will cover here what is worth to include and what is not on the Daily Scrum meeting.

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