A Minimum Viable Product is really a fancy way to say ‘create a minimalist version, get feedback, ramp up what works, and kill what doesn't.’
How a Minimum Viable Product can kick-start your startup
In agile software development, teams are likely to employ both incremental or iterative techniques. We’ll examine why they are better together.
Being iterative and incremental in software development
When you fix a bug, are you actually solving the problem or just resolving the immediate symptoms? Ask yourselves these questions to find out.
4 important questions to answer about every bug you fix
The benefits of a bug tracking system are felt by your team and customers alike. If you haven’t made the move yet, consider why today may be the day to do so.
5 invaluable benefits of bug tracking
Teams often use the statuses resolved and closed for managing their tasks. Depending who you are working with, the terms can take on different meanings.
Resolved vs closed: What’s the difference?
Bug and issue tracking is already a challenge, but additional problems arise when teams use different tracking tools for each.
Why separate bug and issue tracking is a bad idea
The Product Owner's role can be complicated and nuanced, but their goal is always this: do whatever is necessary to build the best product possible.
The role of the Product Owner
A scrum is essential to agile dev teams. Learn all the scrum roles and stay on the same page completing your sprints. Start your team on Backlog free today!
A quick guide to scrum roles and responsibilities
Every methodology is there to help ensure that software is developed according to requirements, but each comes with its own unique set of pros and cons.
13 software development methodologies explained