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  • proper n. An iterative and incremental agile software development method for managing software projects and product or application development.

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Examples

  • And after watching the NaNo Scrum from the sidelines I am positive that I made the right decision.

    What No NaNoWriMo Taught Me « Write Anything

  • One phase of Agile development is often referred to as a Scrum, where a cross-functional team pushes together to reach a short term goal in one phase of the project, sometimes called a sprint.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • Managing Requirements in Scrum, which is tailored for Project managers, Product Owners, and ScrumMasters already working with Agile projects.

    PRWeb - Daily News Feed

  • The 15 minute process, known as Scrum, has helped the company achieve efficiency in project management and software consolidation.

    Computerworld News

  • The Information Services group uses Scrum, which is an "Agile" framework for software project management.

    jobs.stackoverflow.com

  • In the agile framework known as Scrum, this person is called a ScrumMaster to denote the difference and remind the person filling this role of their new responsibilities.

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  • Each of these groups is called a Scrum or dogpile and each dogpile has a puntastic name: Fighting Fish Dogs, War Beasts and us, the Hellhounds … Yeah I think we got the best name too.

    Voodoo Extreme

  • * Project management methods such as Scrum and/or Agile

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  • Successful projects share a number of common characteristics - tight integration between the ground level practitioner and project management, agile methodologies such as Scrum are taking hold in mainstream development.

    Channel 9

  • During the course, attendees will learn why such a seemingly simple process such as Scrum can have such profound effects on an organization.

    Mountain Goat Software

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