Category Archives: scrum

>Back to Scrum

>Unfortunately in my day-to-day work until recently I had to work on some projects that had more resemblence to Waterfall methodology and less to do with Agile methodology. Fortunately, that is changing and I’ll be talking a bit more about … Continue reading

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>Eclipse Development Process: Project Management – Scrum

>Continuing this series on the Eclipse Development Process and how other Agile practices like Scrum + XP can be used, we tackle a bit of the project management aspect. For a complete overview of Scrum, I highly recommend reading Mike … Continue reading

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>What is missing from the Eclipse Development Process?

>What is missing in the Eclipse Development Process? It’s a question I’ve been asking a lot lately. The EDP covers the high level management techniques that a project should go through. It discusses items like Project Creation, Planning, Milestones, Release … Continue reading

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>Manifesto for Software Craftsmanship

>Over the years, I’ve dealt with some pretty ugly code. I’ve contributed my fair share especially when I was starting out in this field 15 years ago. Over the years though, I’ve learned that just getting it working is not … Continue reading

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>Comparing Rational Unified Process and the Eclipse Development Process

>In my entry yesterday, “EPF Composer, Scrum, and XP”, I made a statment that the Eclipse Development Process was showing some legacy affects having come from “IBM”. Also that it was based on the RUP (Rational Unified Process) or Open … Continue reading

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>Agile Bugzilla Bug Triaging

>Ketan Padegaonkar of SWTBot fame, posted bug 261408 in regards to small projects having to adapt to the sometimes more stringent and less agile ways of working. I’ve stated in the past that eclipse projects in many ways only appear … Continue reading

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>Agile Development vs Traditional Development

>Particularly the need for the powers-that-be to have a plan that details what is being done, the requirements, who is buying lunch and when, etc, and for the developers to have the freedom to adapt to the changing requirements and … Continue reading

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