Trello will help you and your team easily track project plans, tasks, and progress. Of course, you can use the classic “To-Do,” “Doing,” and “Done” workflow, but it…

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“Agile process model” refers to a software development approach based on iterative development. Agile methods break tasks into smaller iterations, or parts do not directly involve long term…

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ACP is an acronym of Agile Certified Practitioner. This certification is provided by Project Management Institute PMI and hence it is PMI-ACP. ACP Certification carries a high level…

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So, can you make prize money in dog Agility? You can, but you’ll be hard-pressed to find prize money that covers the expenses of competing. … One popular…

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We’ve defined the three stages of agile teams with practical tips on how you can get your team to the ultimate goal – being cross-functional, self-sufficient, innovative and…

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Why do you need to use project management tools? A project management tool provides you the ability to easily establish a hierarchy of tasks for effective and efficient…

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Kanban is less prescriptive than Scrum and does not specify roles such as Scrum master or Product Owner. Sometimes there is a role of Board Owner but it…

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Refactoring is the activity of improving the internal structure or operation of a code or component without changing its external behavior. The goal of software development is the…

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Lean Software Development (LSD) is an agile framework based on optimizing development time and resources, eliminating waste, and ultimately delivering only what the product needs. Is lean an…

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Your PRINCE2 Agile® Practitioner certificate is valid for three years, at the end of which you will need to either resit the PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner exam or you…

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