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Apr
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revised How to specify WIP limits in Kanban?
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Oct
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comment How do your busiest people transfer their knowledge?
@Cyclops: thanks for the great idea, I have posted the question on the productivity site. You are right, though I had my developer community in mind when I posted the question, it is not developer specific. However, I don't think the Productivity site was available when I first posted this question.
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revised How do your busiest people transfer their knowledge?
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Oct
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Oct
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comment Alternatives to *documents* in the SDLC?
Excellent advice, both in using wikis and tools supporting Agile. IMO, Word & Project are both hugely outdated tools and should be shelved by professional software companies.
Apr
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comment moving from Windows to Linux
@Andy: "Windows is like a Toyota". Toyota has much better quality than Windows.
Mar
11
comment How do you classify bug severity?
@Inca - Lean does have classifications but only two: accept or reject. Accept is if it worth solving and if the resources are there to solve it. Making lists (e.g. of defects to solve) is not Lean, because that is "work in progress". In Lean, work in progress is minimised because it is considered waste.
Mar
11
comment How do you classify bug severity?
@Inca - it depends. You may split your team into two groups - those who work on structural important requirements for the next release, and those (a small group, typcially) who work on lower priority issues and who can indeed drop everything to fix an important defect.
Mar
11
revised How do you classify bug severity?
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Mar
11
comment How do you classify bug severity?
@Erin - right. This only works in a Lean environment. But even with a list (to which you are referring, I think) this will work as long as the list is limited to only a few (e.g. 2 or 3) items, known as Kanban: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kanban.
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