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How to Become an Amazing Agile Developer

The Product HQ

Wondering what it takes to become an amazing agile developer? This post outlines all the traits, essential skills, and soft skills that characterize what it means to be an amazing agile developer. 8 Steps to Become a Rockstar Agile Developer Here is a step-by-step process on how to become an agile developer: 1.

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Why designers fail to integrate into Agile teams

UX Planet

Prescriptive Agile frameworks make it hard for designers to add valuable contributions to the team. I designed every detail in Photoshop before handing the mockups to the developers. Desperate to find an alternative to our ineffective process, I stumbled upon Agile and it blew my mind. But it wasn’t all that bad.

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How Agile Has Changed Product Management

Roman Pichler

Before the advent of agile frameworks like Scrum , a product person—the product manager—would typically carry out the market research, compile a market requirements specification, create a business case, put together product roadmap, write a requirements specification, and then hand it off to a project manager.

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The Differences, Pros and Cons Between Waterfall and Agile Methodologies

The Product Coalition

At the beginning of any software development project, managers think of which methodology is between waterfall and agile. It’s essential to follow clearly defined processes or software development life cycle (SDLC) to ensure software development quality.

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How Agile Has Changed Product Management

Roman Pichler

Before the advent of agile frameworks like Scrum , a product person—the product manager—would typically carry out the market research, compile a market requirements specification, create a business case, put together product roadmap, write a requirements specification, and then hand it off to a project manager.

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Five Product Owner Myths Busted

Roman Pichler

.” But do not allow people to dominate and tell you what to do, and don’t agree to a weak compromise. In Scrum—the framework that gave birth to the product owner—the role is responsible for maximising the value a product creates for the users and for the business. That’s usually challenging enough.

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Is Scrum Agile Enough?

Ask Benny

Too many times people confuse agile and scrum. Agile is a concept with principles that helps us develop software better, validate it as soon as we can, and bring value to our customers faster. Scrum is a valid and very popular framework for agile development. Agile is just a means to an end.

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