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by Joe.Kallapeti
Sun Mar 25, 2018 9:19 pm
Forum: Software Development, Architectures, PM, Agile, Scrum...
Topic: Agile Courses in Southern NH ?
Replies: 1
Views: 689

Re: Agile Courses in Southern NH ?

I'm sure you can find many such courses. Here are a couple of examples: https://www.netcomlearning.com/training/agile-project-management/nashua-nh.html https://training.unh.edu/agilescrum http://www.hartmannsoftware.com/Training/Scrum/Concord-NewHampshire/hsg_e714181111b8d7d91412100949539 Hope this ...
by Joe.Kallapeti
Wed Mar 04, 2015 5:30 am
Forum: Software Development, Architectures, PM, Agile, Scrum...
Topic: Agile/Scrum Software?
Replies: 9
Views: 13130

Re: Agile/Scrum Software?

I know of wrike, but not the other product. Basically, my thinking is that you should pick one that has *most* of what you need and stick with it.

Another, similar product is Trello (more of a Kanban management system).
by Joe.Kallapeti
Tue Nov 18, 2014 2:31 pm
Forum: Software Development, Architectures, PM, Agile, Scrum...
Topic: Agile/Scrum Software?
Replies: 9
Views: 13130

Re: Agile/Scrum Software?

JIRA and Confluence, among many others. The best way to determine what tool would be the best for you, would be to try it. I'd vote for confluence, though there are a couple of newer products, I just don't have any experience with them. I have also seen a lot of smallish Agile projects being run us...
by Joe.Kallapeti
Fri Aug 22, 2014 1:28 pm
Forum: Software Development, Architectures, PM, Agile, Scrum...
Topic: Kanbam-vs-Scrum
Replies: 3
Views: 3943

Re: Kanbam-vs-Scrum

I am no expert on the subject, but that is my understanding, as well. If anything, Kanban is a better way to organize scrum teams and manage their progress, so it's not an either-or situation.
by Joe.Kallapeti
Fri Sep 20, 2013 2:28 pm
Forum: Technology, Energy, Safety, Risk, Radiation, Shielding,...
Topic: Failing Decontamination Project in Fukushima
Replies: 2
Views: 2024

Re: Failing Decontamination Project in Fukushima

ALthough i believe nuclear is our best energy option, for the next few hundred years, I fear that TEPCO's handling of Fukushima is the worst thing that happened to the industry :-( They are more worried about losing face than doing the right thing. I think it's a societal thing.