Every company deserves high quality working software that delivers customer value.
We believe that every company deserves high quality software delivered on a regular cadence that meets its customers needs. We use DevOps & Agile practices to make sure that your development team can achieve it.
The only foundation for scaling agile is to start with Professional Scrum Teams. Teams should not just talk the talk, but embody the values and principals that underpin the very essence of the business agility that you want. Deliver twice the features in half the time with Professional Scrum.
Do you want to save a file it should be instantly replicated to all your PC’s, and the cloud. What about file history and an infinite recycle bin! That will survive a nuclear strike, or a cup of coffee!
I recent ran into a problem where my OneDrive files were taking up too much space on my main drive and preventing Windows 10 updates on the Insider Program. This works for both OneDrive consumer application and the new OnDrive for Business beta application. Many moons ago I had partitioned my drive so that I […]
To implement good DevOps strategies you need to get planning and organisation out of the way of people so that they can focus on delivering value. The value of Scrum is cutting through the chaos and reducing the risk, side effects are better quality and more features delivered.
Just a week or so ago I was at Microsoft Future Decoded event in London to talk about the new Release Management tools that will be made available at Connect() and that might make it in to TFS 2015 Update 2. Here is hoping! The focus of the track was on DevOps and the focus of […]
Once you have Professional Scrum Teams you can focus on enhancing the communication lines that are a necessity of Scaling Software Delivery. Nexus is a framework for using Scrum to scale Scrum from Scrum.org and Ken Schwaber.
Are you doing mechanical Scrum? Also called flaccid Scrum, amateur Scrum, or by-the-book Scrum; all are equally ineffective. If you are not able to ship twice the features in half the time that you used to, then you are probably doing mechanical Scrum.
TAG:Ever since TFS 2005 shipped we have been asking ourselves why, oh, why, can’t we rename a Team Project. As each version of the product shipped we hoped beyond hope that this would change and we would get rid of those ugly code names, or that old corporate identity that no longer exists.