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Scrum - so much more than a group of roughnecks
Tuesday - 11/16/2010, 3:06pm EST
One approach to avoiding failure is to change the essential way software is developed. Instead of setting down requirements in stone and then seeing a screen in one year, there is an aggressive move to a more flexible approach.
You can call this lean, agile, or one of the more defined software methodologies like eXtreme Programming or Scrum.
This week, Jim York, a noted trainer in the Scrum method and president of FoxHedge, will delve into some concepts about structuring requirements and defining terms like "product owner" and "ScrumMaster."
Tune in to gain a better understanding of a popular software methodology that has been around for many years and what kind of certifications are available.