17 Oct '12, 5am

Scrummaker: The technical discussion #Scrum #Agile

Scrummaker: The technical discussion #Scrum #Agile

Oct 17, 2012 Scrummaker: The technical discussion courtney Agile , Development , Ruby on Rails , Scrum 0 Comment On Thursday and Friday October 4 and 5, Boost closed its doors for an all-hands two-day product development workshop, to build a new tool to support teams to run Agile retrospectives, which we call Scrummaker . This series of blog posts records the two days: what we made, and how we did in. A little context: Boost is a team of designers, developers and Scrum Masters, who have been working with Agile for the past six years or so. As well as building websites and custom software and offering Scrum services and coaching from our Wellington office, we’ve recently opened an office in Shanghai offering Scrum training and coaching. Nathan Donaldson is Boost’s managing director and the Product Owner for Scrummaker. As part of the whole Scrum ethos, I’m timeboxing the wr...

Full article: http://www.boost.co.nz/blog/ruby-on-rails/scrummaker-tech...

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