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Last month, members of our Syncrofy QA team attended the 1st Annual Test Leadership Congress Proceedings at Baruch College in New York City. The event was organized by Test Masters Academy, an organization that provides quality assurance education through conferences, trainings, and community events. 

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Categories:Agile Methodology, Software Development, Events, Quality Assurance

Being ‘Agile’ with Agile: Sprint Demos

By: Joe Mandato | April 20, 2016 | Comments

This is the third entry in a series of posts that will examine how to break and modify the rules of Agile methodology to fit your team.

In our first post we discussed how adjusting your team size and the length of stand-up meetings can be beneficial.  We followed that up with how “For Discussion” meetings can be a time saver when it comes to sprint planning sessions. This entry will focus on how modifying your sprint demos can help you develop a more streamlined demo process, allowing your team to get the most out of these sessions and hear what’s important to the major stakeholders.

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Categories:Agile Methodology, Syncrofy, Software Development, Scrum

This is the second entry in a series of posts that will examine how to break and modify the rules of agile methodology to fit your team.

In our first post we discussed how pushing the envelope in terms of team size and the length of stand-up meetings can be beneficial. This entry will focus on how having “For Discussion” meetings can be a time saver when it comes to your sprint planning sessions.

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Categories:Agile Methodology, Syncrofy, Software Development, Scrum

This is the first entry in a series of posts that will discuss breaking or modifying the rules of agile methodology to fit your team.

Agile methodologies like scrum are great practices to follow for companies of all sizes, but they can be particularly challenging for startups. One of scrum's traditional guidelines is to have a small development team with similar or interchangeable skillsets, enabling any team member to work on the highest priority work. However, with a smaller company this may not be possible or the best use of time and resources. 

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Categories:Syncrofy, Agile Methodology, Scrum, Software Development

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