Here are my top ten antipatterns for scrum roles in Dynamics 365 projects. In this episode I cover newbit product owners, scrum monsters, and part-time developers. Listen out for a rude interruption by Alexa — too funny to edit out.Read More
In Scrum Dynamics podcast episode 20, I catch up with Seth Bacon from RSM in Seattle.
What’s the best way to handle a committee of product owners?
Do you let your clients access your requirements management system?
How do you handle client resources, especially testers, in your development team?
How to you estimate and plan Dynamics 365 projects using Scrum?
We discuss all this and more in episode 20.Read More
Planning poker is a team game for estimating work. It's often used by Scrum teams during backlog refinement workshops or sprint planning to estimate the size of product backlog items. In my Dynamics 365 projects, we play planning poker to estimate the complexity of our epics, user stories, chores, bugs and spikes.Read More
Welcome to episode three of Scrum Dynamics, the podcast series for Microsoft Dynamics 365 practitioners who want to use the Scrum framework for agile projects.
This episode is sponsored by Maplytics by Inogic.
In this episode, Neil Benson introduces the role of the Product Owner in Dynamics 365 projects.Read More
In episode 8, Dermot and Neil answer podcast listeners questions about estimating technical debt, proiritizing dependent stories, emergent design, business analysts as part of the development team, and planning Scrum projects during the sales cycle.
This episode is sponsored by the D365UG. Find out how you can win a complimentary ticket to the D365UG Summit in Phoenix.Read More