Webinar Traditional versus Agile

Posted on 22, Nov 2014

(In Slovak language)

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Start! update: Iteration restart

Posted on 16, Nov 2014

ScrumDesk Start! has been updated again. Thanks to all our customers who asked for new features we have implemented in this release. What we changed: [NEW] Release and sprint can be restarted once it has been closed. [NEW] Password reset functionality in login screen. [NEW] Password can be changed in Profile page. [CHANGE] Minimum password length is […]

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Successful adoption of Agile. Possible?

Posted on 10, Nov 2014

The last couple of weeks were incredibly intense for me. It´s been long time since I was returning home doing mentoring exhausted to the level I barely could talk. In this case even my natural ‘workaholics’ was of no help. It was my honor to work with fresh team formed just couple of months ago […]

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ScrumDesk Start! is updated

Posted on 8, Nov 2014

We are happy to announce an update of ScrumDesk Start! which is available for more than two months now. For more than two months about 800 active companies and universities have been using this simple, web based, solution to manage Scrum or Kanban projects. Also, we are very thankful for lot of comments, request and kudos you sent us […]

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ScrumDesk Start! – Daily life with Kanban board

Posted on 4, Nov 2014

Daily life The Kanban board is primary visual tool for self-organized team. Kanban board is split into multiple columns and rows (swimlines). THe main goal is to visualize work and its status. ScrumDesk board provides an access to user stories and tasks selected for particular sprint. Tasks and status Stories are typically broken into one or […]

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ScrumDesk Start! – Release planning

Posted on 18, Sep 2014

Planning in Agile Our aim is to create a tool very similar to physical board on which team members are working with cards in different corners of planning board. The board that can be split into more panes, swim lines representing either backlog, different releases or sprints. The board on which you can see customer’s stories. Product owners often need to plan […]

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ScrumDesk Start! – Product backlog management

Posted on 3, Sep 2014

An index card Fundamental XP practice is to keep requirements written on an index card. The index card should be: small, therefore requirement has to be written clearly, movable, so backlog is visually clean, resizable, so size of cards can help to organize backlog, colored, so teams can categorize thousands of cards according to team’s rules.   […]

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ScrumDesk Start! – Epics and themes management

Posted on 31, Aug 2014

Epics and themes Products are typically described by hundreds of requirements which are organized in product backlog and represented by index cards. Large requirements, epics, cannot be completed in one sprint so they are broken into more user stories. Epics are then delivered in releases. But even small user stories from different epics can have something in common. Such group of user stories is called theme. […]

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ScrumDesk Start! – Add new project

Posted on 30, Aug 2014

A lot of agile teams work for different clients. Projects are typically owned and managed by client and teams are contracted as developers who need an access to requirements and work tracking. Start! edition therefore supports concept of projects listed by organizations for which you have been invited to work. Project details New project is in Start! characterized by: […]

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ScrumDesk Start! – Start with an invitation

Posted on 29, Aug 2014

In ScrumDesk Start! edition you can track a work for one or more organizations. Organization account An organization account is created automatically based on information entered in Sign Up form. For this organization your user account will be assigned as an administrator which gives you privilege to manage user accounts plus other details (not available in beta). Send invitations Once you are […]

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