Jul 102017
 

For the last year, Agile continues staying as a “hot trend” that gathering pace and we can already easily talk about Agile that is implemented not only in a software development, but in all departments of absolutely different companies that follow the latest progress and resources to be on top; that’s why today’s article will be dedicated to the hottest and top agile methodologies that [… read more]

Jun 262017
 

  Agile project management, agile software development, agile methodology, agile transformation, agile adoption – all these words are buzzwords! Now regardless of the industry and the size of the company companies switch to agile way of working. It’s not that easy, it takes time to, but agile teams naturally get better over time. However, when teams become more efficient, the risk of fail rises because [… read more]

May 192017
 

Now we live in a world when we receive a lot of information, which is not very interesting for us. Now we have thousands of articles and blogs for every topic we could think of. That’s why I decided to share with you top 13 agile project management blogs, which we read at Apiumhub on a regular basis. These blogs are useful as for software [… read more]

Mar 102013
 

In one of my earlier posts I tried to describe what kind of attributes a leader should have to be successful, and in this post I would like to go a big further and try to define what should make an IT project a success. Wikipedia says that In project management a project consists of a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service [… read more]

Sep 052012
 

I’ve started adopting what I could call “agile” way of developing software only in 2007-2008. Since then I’ve become a Certified Scrum Master and trying to adopt as much techniques and methodologies to make the process of developing software in my team as much as possible. I am sure that I am still far from saying that it is perfect and there is always room [… read more]

May 022012
 

In order to be agile team in today’s quite stressful and demanding time, software programming team should try to follow some if not all of the below listed practices in order to succeed: Test-first programming (or perhaps Test-Driven Development) Regular refactoring Continuous integration Follow a Simple design (YAGNI) Pair programming / Code Reviews Sharing the codebase between programmers A single coding standard to which all [… read more]

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