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comment Weeding out real agile from buzzword agile in an interview
This is a question I would ask during the "Do you have any questions for me" portion of the interview. I'm asking a question to determine if they're telling the truth when they're saying they are agile. I've already been in a cowboy environment and would like to prevent that from happening. I know that there are organizations that use agile as a buzzword, so I'm trying to filter those out. Also, interviews go both ways, I'm interviewing the company while they're interviewing me.
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comment License for freeware but closed source application
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comment What kind of users stories should be written in the initial stages of a project?
Confused about the "It doesn't have to be releasable" bit. Could you explain further? As I recall, all user stories requirements have to be completed in order for the story to be considered completed. Holding off on downvote to see if explanation helps.
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comment Weeding out real agile from buzzword agile in an interview
@Amir That's the problem. I've only worked at two companies, one before they switched to buzzword agile and one where I was the only one working on the software project. There are many companies, including big name ones which claim to be agile, but I haven't worked at them. That's why I asked this question.
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comment What skills in game development are common in other software development areas?
I don't, unfortunately. I'm only a college student and don't have much experience. I can say that Pixar is always recruiting software engineers, but I imagine that would be a tough interview.