ZenTao is the "Most Used Test Management Tool" for the Seventh Year in a Row! Sticky

ZenTao is the champion of the "Most Used Test Management Tools" for seven years in a row with a 38.5% market share in 2021!
  2022/03/22   ZenTao Team   3107

【A Brief History of Agile】Andy Hunt - From Programmer, Writer to Rocker

Andy Hunt is more of a professional writer than the founder of the Agile Manifesto. His "The Pragmatic Programmer", "The Pragmatic Programmer: From Journeyman to Master", and "Programming Ruby: A Pragmatic Programmer's Guide" are all well-reviewed programmers' books. He has never left Agile yet has not tied his life tightly to it.
2022/03/07   Jing   569

【A Brief History of Agile】Robert C. Martin - Maybe He Can Save Your Code

Robert C. Martin, a world-class software development master, a pioneer of design patterns and agile development, former editor-in-chief of C++ Report magazine, and the first president of the Agile Alliance, is known as "Uncle Bob". He believes that Agile is not a project management method but a set of values and disciplines that can help relatively small teams build small to medium-sized products. This point of view comes from his numerous personal project practices.
2022/03/04   Jing   968

【A Brief History of Agile】Dave Thomas - A Maverick In Agile Circles

"Agile is dead, but the spirit of agility lives on. Agile experts sell you the methodology, not value". Dave Thomas is a maverick when most people benefit from "agility". He keeps trying to find the most practical value of agile in agile practice.
2022/02/23   Jing   1023

【A Brief History of Agile】Arie van Bennekum - Agile is Human Nature (Part 2)

Faced with agility, Arie van Bennekum concluded that agility is human nature, something innate. Learning agile will never work just by learning rigid frameworks, practices, processes, or techniques for those who want to learn agile. Likewise, only organizations that embrace an agile mindset and culture will become more agile and innovative. And Arie is also promoting agile transformation.
2022/02/23   Jing   912

【A Brief History of Agile】Arie van Bennekum - Agile is Human Nature (Part 1)

Faced with agility, Arie van Bennekum concluded that agility is human nature, something innate. Learning agile will never work just by learning rigid frameworks, practices, processes, or techniques for those who want to learn agile. Likewise, only organizations that embrace an agile mindset and culture will become more agile and innovative. And Arie is also promoting agile transformation.
2022/02/23   Jing   548

【A Brief History of Agile】Ken Schwaber - A Brave Warrior (Part 2)

Many people are mediocre because of the lack of ability and the lack of courage to move forward. Only a few people can succeed with courage and persistence. Ken Schwaber continues to move forward on the path of agility with his courage and persistence to realize his value. But it's not been all smooth sailing.
2022/02/18   Jing   666

【A Brief History of Agile】Ken Schwaber - A Brave Warrior (Part 1)

Many people are mediocre because of the lack of ability and the lack of courage to move forward. Only a few people can succeed with courage and persistence. Ken Schwaber continues to move forward on the path of agility with his courage and persistence to realize his value. But it's not been all smooth sailing.
2022/02/16   Jing   1082

【A Brief History of Agile】Mike Beedle - Tragic Loss to the Scrum Community

Mike was an amazing and magical guy that could take a new idea like Scrum and not only build hyper-productive teams but deliver a hyper-productive company! He is irreplaceable in the Scrum community and he will be missed greatly.
2022/02/11   Jing   793

【A Brief History of Agile】Jeff Sutherland - Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time

Jeff is a legend, his achievements in a particular field are likely to be difficult for many people to realize in their all life.
2022/02/08   Jing   1580
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