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Delivering code one, thin slice at a time aka Sashimi Slicing

Delivering code one, thin slice at a time aka Sashimi Slicing

There is within the Agile the community the concept of delivering software one thin slice at a time. It’s also known as Sashimi Slicing. There isn’t a great deal of information about this on the web and, I think, it’s an important concept to understand. The reason why I think it’s important is because we […]

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Chris Sterling

Guest post: Managing Software Debt

Managing Software Debt Continued Delivery of High Values as Systems Age Many software developers have to deal with legacy code at some point during their careers. Seemingly simple changes are turned into frustrating endeavors. Code that is hard to read and unnecessarily complex. Test scripts and requirements are lacking, and at the same time are […]

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What tool do you use to manage your product backlog?

What Scrum or Agile tool do you use to manage your product backlog? I prefer a physical task board and I find that they offer a level of interaction that cannot be matched by electronic tools. I know many people use electronic tools so here’s your opportunity to have your say … what product backlog […]

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