Can you use a definition of done for a sprint? In Scrum Dynamics 29, I outline six ideas for a definition of done for a user story and three ideas for a definition of done for a sprint. Find out how my definition of done for a sprint uses the new PowerApps Solution Checker.Read More
One of the Customery Crew, Dan Barber, wants to know what it would be like inside some of my scrum events. In this vlog episode, I walk Dan through one of his recent ten-day sprints day-by-day from sprint planning on Monday morning to the sprint review two weeks later. Here’s how it went…Read More
In this episode, Ruan Kilian asks, “Is it acceptable for a developer to prepare, and write down, the answers to the three questions in the daily scrum?”
Listen in or watch the episode to find out why I think it’s perfectly acceptable but could be dangerous.Read More
An antipattern is something that seemed like a good idea at the time, but with hindsight, has turned out to be a bad idea. In Scrum Dynamics podcast episode 22, and this blog article, I recount the top ten antipatterns I’ve seen working with Scrum teams on Dynamics 365 projects. Which of these antipatterns do you recognise in your projects? Let me know in the comments below.Read More
In this podcast episode, Dermot and I discuss sprints and the daily scrum events in a Scrum project.
What's the ideal sprint length when you're using Scrum on a Dynamics 365 project?
When is it a good idea to use special sprints like Sprint 0 or a hardening sprint?
Can you cancel a sprint?
What's the purpose of the daily scrum?
How can we run the daily scrum with remote teams?