Key Scrum Ceremonies

Key Scrum Ceremonies

There are some activities, also known in scrum terminology as “ceremonies” which support the scrum team in delivering on its objectives. All these activities are important to scrum teams and should be fulfilled to ensure team performance is at its peak. They are:

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Incorporating Kanban Principles In Software Development

Incorporating Kanban Principles In Software Development

Kanban is an agile methodology that involves constant communication amongst team members to ensure obstacles are minimized, especially while projects are ongoing. It also involves matching the amount of work in progress to the team’s capacity. 

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Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA): A Beginner’s Guide

Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA): A Beginner’s Guide

Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a proactive technique that can be applied to the early detection of failures or defects in products and services. It is a systematic risk assessment process used by analysts looking to reduce the chances of faults by detecting problems and their possible repercussions in time for remediation.

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QA (Quality assurance) Versus QC (Quality control) 

QA (Quality assurance) Versus QC (Quality control) 

The terms “Quality Assurance (QA)" and “Quality Control (QC)” can be confusing or even misunderstood to mean the same thing. In this article, the goal is to clarify the real meaning of the two terms and explain their differences.

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Network Analysis Demystified

Network Analysis Demystified

Network analysis is defined as the process of “breaking down a complex project’s data into its parts (activities, events, durations, etc.) and plotting them to show their interdependencies and interrelationships.”

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A Primer On Use Cases

A Primer On Use Cases

The textual representation of a use case shows the interaction between the actors textually and at an appropriate level of detail. There are several set elements that every textual representation of a use case should contain:

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