In today's entry in my series on Agile Practices for Normal Life, we'll dig into the backlog with a focus on defining and estimating our stories.
Thanks for following along as I adapt agile software practices into "normal" life! Today, we’re going to talk about building a non-software-related backlog.
I am running an experiment I'm calling Agile Practices for Normal Life. In this second post of a six-part series, I'll talk about the “project” kickoff.
An ever-growing to-do list is not the greatest for my mental state. I've realized my "normal" life might benefit from some agile practices.
Filing a homeowner's claim is confusing and overwhelming, but a smart online tool could store photos and documents, provide status information, and centralise communication.
Everyone wants the same thing – a great piece of software, made within the timeline and budget. Staying organized, pairing, and being flexible will help you get there!