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This Is How We Do: Agile For Small Distributed Teams

In some of my earlier blog posts I have already touched the topic of using Scrum as a project management framework and me becoming a Certified Scrum Master this summer. Scrum is an extremely popular tool for managing software development projects and provides great guidelines for becoming more organised in your work. However, it was orignially tailored for collocated development teams with a minimum headcount of 5-7 people. As you know Barouh &a…

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Becoming a Certified ScrumMaster

I can produly present I have become a Certified ScrumMaster last month after completing a course and the corresponding exam. Now what does that actually mean? Scrum is an agile software development framework that helps teams to better organise and manage the product development process. The main goals of Scrum are the following: Preparing for change. With Scrum you don't follow a predetermined plan along the whole development process, but you fin…

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But how is it possible?

Last week I went a little emotional reminiscing about the initiation of the latest Barouh & Partners project led by me. The story continues in this week's blog post, but this time I will try and keep things on the technical side. As promised I am dropping a little summary about the project management framework we used for the development of the European Liberties Platform. Disclaimer: In this blog article I will refrain from giving a professi…

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Everything is possible

Around the end of the previous year we got involved with a project that promised to be pretty interesting and challenging on many levels. Our client decided to build a platform for the main civil rights organisations of Europe in order to create a common ground for communication and raise social awareness towards civil rights issues. The concept was not entirely clear at this stage, but we all agreed the idea is cool and definitely worth working…

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