Chris Bowers
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Is it okay to have a sprint where the team commits to zero story points?
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From my experience, taking a week off and working on other things isn't usually too big of a problem. A lot of times that's when the developers get their own time to work on whatever pet project they ...

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How to deal with non agile teams
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One thing to consider would be to have your team mock up the WS endpoint that the other team will be creating. It may be out of their scope of influence, however if they are able to get that up and ...

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When all "Must Have" (re: MoSCoW) stories have been completed, should the Scrum Master ask the Product Owner if the project is over after each sprint?
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This is a very interesting question. For me, I think it depends on the business, and the PO. If the business is not doing well and time to market is paramount over budget, get to production! ...

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Should bugs be treated as stories or as tasks?
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So there's some ambiguity of terms here that I think we need to address first. Let's all make sure we agree what a "bug" is. I would consider a bug to be a problem in the software relative to what ...

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