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10/14/2014
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When the S&P 500 index was created in 1957, the average expected lifespan of a company on the index was 61 years. By 1980 that lifespan had been cut in half, and in the coming decade it likely will be halved again. What used to be a health index for stable companies is now a thermometer for the fluctuating temperatures of disruptive markets.
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10/30/2014
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Recently Michael “Doc” Norton, Global Director of Engineering Culture at Groupon, gave an opening keynote at SDEC 2014 in Winnipeg, Canada. He addressed the mixed crowd of software development practitioners, talking about Experimentation Mindset. SDEC is considered one of the forward-thinking conferences on Agile Development; as the...
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10/29/2014
At Rally we have a strong commitment to User Experience, which translates into a fairly complex and robust front-end implementation. Our client-side code is currently based on a set of features and design patterns implemented in ExtJS, while being tightly coupled to our WSAPI back-end services. As with many organizations, we monitor...
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10/23/2014
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Last week we looked at how today’s global markets require new ways of doing business, so that you can respond quickly to threats and opportunities. We showed you why it’s not enough simply to implement Agile practices into your development shop; you need to build agility into the culture and behavior of your entire organization. And we...
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10/22/2014
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Last week I met with a strategy leader for an Australian financial services organization, who was trying to work out how to bring his executive team together on a regular cadence to align around strategy. He’d built a great Kanban board to visualize the large strategic projects the organization was pursuing -- sort of an executive-level...
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10/17/2014
DevOps for startups! DevOps for new projects! DevOps for a 10-year-old code base? Um ... okay ... If you’re getting started with a shiny new product and a new deployment pipeline, DevOps is easy (well, easy-ish.) But what if you’re not just getting started? What if you’re working on a 10-year-old code base, and want to adopt DevOps...
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08/14/2012
Tyler Dillerstone of HomeAway was like many of us and used large sticky notes in his team area to make a clear visualization of stories. As I am sure most of you know by now, Kanban teams like to make as many things as clear and obvious as possible and their work on the Kanban board is never the least of these. One of the main problems...
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08/07/2012
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Hi, I’m Ryan. I’m a regular poster over at the Rally Engineering Blog. Over there, it’s well known that I’m a keyboard fanatic. Recently, I even hinted about a snazzy feature I was implementing during hackathon.Ever since I started using Rally, the fact that I needed to grab the mouse to do anything drove me nuts. I love the keyboard...
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10/01/2013
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I have been influenced by Hawken, Senge, Anderson, Benioff, and Branson as my heroes in business, and I have come to believe that business has the largest role to play in addressing the world’s toughest problems, and can and must become the largest force of good on the planet.  As I started working on Rally these beliefs...
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03/06/2013
Many of our customers are in some stage of transition to an agile approach, and for large companies, a hybrid process is the norm, with some teams/projects/programs using an agile approach and others using a more traditional, waterfall-based approach. As the agile teams adopt Rally, it’s easy to see their progress through the stories,...
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10/03/2010
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We've been creating a number of series in our Agile Blog that we'd like to make sure you know about. All of these posts exist individually on the blog; this page is intended to help show how they are connected. Here you can find an overall description of each series and a collection of all links in that series. The page includes both in-...
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