Archive | May, 2017

Intel To Make Thunderbolt 3 Royalty-free, Release Specifications

Intel Thunderbolt 3 is a single port connect that supports multiple standards (Thunderbolt, USB 3.1, DisplayPort, PCIe), leverages USB-C connector, and offers up to 40 Gbps throughput. So far, it’s mostly found in higher end computers and laptops, but Intel has now announced plans to make it royalty-free, and “release the  specifications to the industry” […]

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Comment on We Tried That, and it Didn’t Work by Adriana Beal

I once used a hammer and it didn’t work. Therefore, people should never use hammers. If you find that reasoning satisfactory, then you may also appreciate the following statements: We tried pair programming and it didn’t work. We tried test-driven development and it didn’t work. We tried Scrum and it didn’t work. We tried User Stories […]

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The Career Path of a Scrum Master

I blogged recently on the question of whether a Scrum team can ever get so good that they no longer need a Scrum Master. In this post, I’ll address a closely related topic: Assuming that the role of Scrum Master does not go away, what is the career path for a Scrum Master? In my […]

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Comment on Acceptance Criteria by Keith Collyer

Did We Build the Right Product? And, Did We Build the Product Right? Acceptance criteria are an important.  Unfortunately, we often overlook or undervalue it as an aspect of the iterative planning process. It is super important because projects succeed or fail based on the ability of the team to meet their customers documented and perceived […]

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Comment on Acceptance Criteria by Derek Huether

Did We Build the Right Product? And, Did We Build the Product Right? Acceptance criteria are an important.  Unfortunately, we often overlook or undervalue it as an aspect of the iterative planning process. It is super important because projects succeed or fail based on the ability of the team to meet their customers documented and perceived […]

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