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Tag Archives: agile

Healthcare needs an Android

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Stop talking and start building with open source, open standards and agile methods The next EBP report will focus on the role of digital design in achieving health and social care integration (this is the second report on the topic – the first being about the context of the challenge). As part of the research […]

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OpenAthens sprint review headlines #1

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Headlines of Sprint Review meeting – November 2015. As the new Marketing Manager for OpenAthens, I recently sat in on my first Sprint Review meeting. We use the agile software development methodology, so fortnightly sprints of coding with ongoing scrum meetings are a central part of our world. It was such an invigorating session – with […]

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The origins of agile

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For some people, agile is a recent phenomenon (and at its most misunderstood, nothing more than a trendy recruitment buzzword). While the codification of agile methodologies, its spread across various industries, the associated rise in governance and agile-centred events have proliferated in the last decade, many practices that are widely assumed to be part of […]

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Agile Myths

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In the second of my series on Agile, I thought it was time I busted some myths… Myth 1: There are no requirements in agile How would teams know what to build if there were not? The difference between traditional approaches and agile frameworks such as Scrum is that agile calls for requirements to be […]

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