Agile Project Management

Agile project management means implementing project management in agile ways. so the next question is what are the differences between agile and conventional project management. On this article, we will discuss five keys different in Agile Project management - Agile project management means iterative and incremental. Agile project management (APM) works based on the timebox, iterative and increme... [More]

Automation Scenario in Microsoft Platform

When we discuss the automation, we already have the answer "Power Automate". However, there are more way to automate the data or file beside the Power Automate. On this article, we will discuss three ways to automate your solution. Scenario 1. Using Power Automate Let say you want to compose the automation between the web application. For example, you want to connect between twitter, email, and... [More]

Definition of Start and Definition of Done in Software Project

When building a software project. You might have a way to define when to start the software project and when to finish a software project. On this article, we will discuss about the definition of start and definition of done in software project. The definition of start will discuss when a good time to start a project. While the definition of done will discuss when a good time to deliver the softwa... [More]

Requirements Changes Management in Product Backlog

Changes are not avoided; every perfect requirement might have been changed when the project run. In this article, we will discuss five things that you can do when changes happen. On this article, we assume you already have the Azure DevOps. We will use Scrum discipline. So, let's get started. Write down the changes It is good idea to write down the changes and discuss it with customers. My idea... [More]

Product Backlog with Example in Azure DevOps

Many of the readers, ask me how to create 'the right' product backlog in Azure DevOps. How to make sure that the requirement is correct and sufficient for developing a software. If you already read the previous article here. You will find the basic information about the fields in Azure Boards. If you go further to complete the requirements, you should combine the azure boards fields with the Scrum... [More]

The Best Way to do Sprint Planning

After product owner creates product backlog based on the customer voices. The next agenda is to select the product backlog to a sprint. If you are wondering how to create an user story format in product backlog you can see this video. On this video, we will discuss what you need to do in Sprint Planning. There are five steps in sprint planning namely: Creating a sprint length and release. Rede... [More]

Ordering Product Backlog on A Sprint

One of the most critical activities by the development team in Scrum is ordering the product backlog into sprint backlog. As you know, the product backlog is a user story that developed by the product owner based on the interaction between the product owner and the customer. When product backlog is agreed between customer and the product owner. The product backlog will be stored in a 'place' where... [More]

Five Steps to Build Working Software in 30 Days

Building software is not easy as it gets. The technical complexity and non-technical complexity are combined. On this article, we will discuss the process and the steps to build working software in 30 days. Now let's discuss about the steps. There are 5 steps that you can follow when building working software. Before we start, let's define what is working software Working software is software tha... [More]

Estimating Product Backlog in Azure DevOps

Product Backlog in Azure DevOps Azure DevOps has a feature namely Azure Boards. As we know, Azure Board is a requirement management system in our formal or agile process. On this article, we will discuss how to estimate the product backlog in Scrum or to estimate the user story in Agile process. In Azure boards you can fill the comprehensive information such as: Product Backlog name: it can be a... [More]

Scrum: Customer Needs and Expectation

Our project keeps late. We don't know what happen. We feel so desperate with our project. The budget runs out, the team morality lower than before, the client said we are so slow to satisfy need. In this article, we will discuss about the keys product delivery and validation. Step 1 - Idea Discovery Most of the time, your customer doesn't have idea what the product looks like or how the product... [More]

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