May 9, 2021
Work entry, in its simplest form, is the steps needed for work to be triaged to ensure that it is the right work, that it is ready to be worked on, and the priority of the work. This week we talk about five common patterns. On Tuesday I will include the PDF in the feed to see if I can spur a discussion about other patterns.
We also have a visit from Tony Timbol with his To Tell A Story column. In this installment we discuss different forms of user stories and when to use them.
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Re-Read Saturday News
Chapter 13 in Fixing Your Scrum, Practical Solutions to Common Scrum Problems, by Ryan Ripley and Todd Miller, discusses the concept of a deployable product increment and done. What we deliver is a big deal, getting it right is the difference between satisfaction and all sorts of stress. We are getting close to the end of the book and I would like your input on what to tackle next.
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This Week’s Installment
In the next Software Process and Measurement Cast, we talk to Dr. Eric Cole. We talk cybersecurity and entrepreneurship. If you did not understand the potential impact of security, just find any major newspaper for Sunday, May 9th, and read about the ransomware attack on the Colonial Pipeline. This not a drill, this not hype.