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PRINCE2 (Projects in a Controlled Environment) is a structured project management method based on experience drawn from thousands of projects – and from the contributions of countless project sponsors, Project Managers, project teams, academics, trainers and consultants. The PRINCE2 method addresses project management with four integrated elements ·         The principles: These are the guiding obligations and good practices which […]

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Burn Up Chart

A burn up chart tracks progress towards a projects completion. In the simplest form of burn up chart there are two lines on the chart:  ·         A total work line (the project scope line) ·         A work completed line A burnup chart clearly shows both completed work and project scope. The project will be completed when the […]

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DevOps and Software Development Process

The process of splitting up development work, usually into distinct phases is known as a software development methodology. Throughout the history of software development, a number of methodologies have been described to improve and ease the process of software development and operations. Each methodology splits the work into phases, each with a distinct set of […]

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What are important roles in scrum-agile teams?

The Primary Team roles in scrum are named as • Product Owner • Scrum Master • Development Team Scrum Master, Product Owner, and Team are considered as people who are committed to the project while customers and executive management are considered as involved but not committed to the project. Scrum Teams are self-organizing and cross-functional. […]

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What is PRINCE2®?

What is PRINCE2®? PRINCE2® is a globally recognized Project Management method developed by the Cabinet Office UK.PRINCE2®’s stands for Projects in Controlled Environment.PRINCE2® is a flexible Project management method that guides you through the essentials for managing successful projects, regardless of it’s scale & type.It is built upon seven principles, themes and processes. PRINCE2® can […]

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Is the 3-Question format compulsory in Daily Scrum?

The 3-Question format is the most popular format for Daily Scrum. The 3 questions focus on 3 things What did I do yesterday which helped the team get closer to the sprint goal? What will I do today which will help the team get closer to the Sprint Goal? Are there any impediments which will […]

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Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS)

Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) provides persistent block storage volumes for use with Amazon EC2 instances. As written in the EC2 post, the instance stores are temporary storage. The Instance stores may get deleted if the instance terminates or of there is a disk failure. Each EBS volume is automatically replicated within its availability zone […]

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Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) is a primary web service provided by AWS and it provides re-sizable compute capacity in the cloud. Compute refers to the computational power required to fulfill your work. Amazon EC2 allows you to acquired compute power through launching of virtual servers called as instances. When you launch an instance, you […]

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What is AWS?

What is Cloud Computing? Cloud computing is the on-demand delivery of compute power, database storage, applications, and other IT resources through a cloud services platform via the internet with pay-as-you-go pricing. Whether you are running applications that share photos to millions of mobile users or you’re supporting the critical operations of your business, a cloud services […]

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Why is User Story not part of core Scrum?

User story is one of the popular way of writing requirement in Agile. Lot of Agilists prefer the User Story format. However, that is not the only way of writing requirements in Agile projects. You could write requirements in many ways, for e.g.Use Cases, Business Requirement Specification, BDD etc Scrum is a framework. That means, […]

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