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  • Out of Office September 14, 2021
    What does working at a “sustainable pace” mean to you?
  • The Goal of Sprint Planning August 24, 2021
    Sprint planning may look like it’s about tasks and estimates but those are not the goal.
  • When Being Wrong Is Right August 10, 2021
    When I started out as a developer, working with teams full of more experienced developers, the pressure to prove myself seemed immense. After all, I was the new guy. Everyone else on the team had proven themselves but I could barely even find the break room. In that environment, I adopted a posture of never […]
  • Why I Don’t Emphasize Sprint Goals July 27, 2021
    Sprint goals are considered a mandatory part of Scrum. Here’s why I disagree.
  • New: Advanced Certified ScrumMaster now available live, online June 29, 2021
    We’re excited to announce that you can now take your Advanced Certified ScrumMaster® class (A-CSM) with Mountain Goat Software.  This two-day, live and online course is a chance to prove your value as a specialist with the skills you need to become an exceptional Scrum Master.
  • Should You Re-Estimate Unfinished Stories? June 15, 2021
    We avoid having unfinished work, but it sometimes happens. Here’s what to do.
  • The Empirical Retrospective Approach June 1, 2021
    Do your developers think your retrospectives have become boring? The solution might be as simple as following the Empirical Process to transform your retrospectives into a fun, meaningful time for your team.
  • 7 Questions to Determine if Being a Scrum Master Is Right for You May 18, 2021
    If you’re thinking of a career as a Scrum Master, these 7 questions will help you decide.
  • What Level of Detail Should Be Captured in a User Story? May 4, 2021
    I had groceries delivered a few minutes ago. My order included apples. I requested Honeycrisp apples, and that’s exactly what I got. I didn’t specify that the apples should have a diameter of exactly three inches. I didn’t specify apples that were firm and not moldy. When placing the order, I had to provide a […]
  • Doors Now Open to Estimating With Story Points (Plus 4 Bonuses) April 14, 2021
    Register for Estimating With Story Points before the deadline and get 4 FREE bonuses