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SCRUM Tool Selection?

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  • RODAYO RSDDS
    SRUM USERS, Seeking feedback on SCRUM TOOLS to use during interoffice video conferencing and maintaining on the computer versus the chalk board and a web
    Message 1 of 5 , Sep 2, 2010
      SRUM USERS,
       
      Seeking feedback on SCRUM TOOLS to use during interoffice video conferencing and maintaining on the computer versus the chalk board and a web cam.  So far the list below is what I have found, but wanted other suggestions. 
       
      *NOTE: Drag and Drop, Pricing, and Reporting are key factors for selecting the SCRUM TOOL :
       

       
      Valerie Willis,
      RSQE, Inc.
      Sr. Software QA Analyst / SCRUM Master
      (919) 524-7408

    • JackM
      agilebuddy - www.agilebuddy.com is another one. jack blog.agilebuddy.com
      Message 2 of 5 , Sep 2, 2010
        agilebuddy - www.agilebuddy.com is another one.

        jack
        blog.agilebuddy.com

        --- In scrumdevelopment@yahoogroups.com, RODAYO RSDDS <rodayo@...> wrote:
        >
        > SRUM USERS,
        >
        > Seeking feedback on SCRUM TOOLS to use�during interoffice video conferencing and
        > maintaining on�the computer versus the chalk board and a web cam.� So far the
        > list below is what I have found, but�wanted other suggestions.�
        >
        >
        > *NOTE: Drag and Drop, Pricing, and Reporting�are key factors for selecting the
        > SCRUM TOOL :
        >
        > SCRUM TOOLs �
        > � �
        > � �
        > http://www.targetprocess.com/Product.aspx
        >
        > �
        > http://www.agiletrackingtool.com/
        > �
        > http://pangoscrum.com/
        > �
        > http://www.scrumpytool.com/
        > �
        > http://www.icescrum.org/
        > �
        > http://sprintometer.com/
        > �
        > http://www.agilefant.org/
        > �
        > http://www.scrumedge.com/index.php �
        > � �
        >
        > �Valerie Willis,
        > RSQE, Inc.
        > Sr. Software QA Analyst / SCRUM Master
        > (919) 524-7408
        >
      • Jon Archer
        I liked SeeNowDo when we used it. We now use Rally, which I don t care for much at all. ... I liked SeeNowDo when we used it. We now use Rally, which I don t
        Message 3 of 5 , Sep 2, 2010
          I liked SeeNowDo when we used it. We now use Rally, which I don't care for much at all.

          On Thu, Sep 2, 2010 at 2:21 PM, JackM <jack@...> wrote:
           

          agilebuddy - www.agilebuddy.com is another one.

          jack
          blog.agilebuddy.com



          --- In scrumdevelopment@yahoogroups.com, RODAYO RSDDS <rodayo@...> wrote:
          >
          > SRUM USERS,
          >
          > Seeking feedback on SCRUM TOOLS to use�during interoffice video conferencing and
          > maintaining on�the computer versus the chalk board and a web cam.� So far the
          > list below is what I have found, but�wanted other suggestions.�
          >
          >
          > *NOTE: Drag and Drop, Pricing, and Reporting�are key factors for selecting the
          > SCRUM TOOL :
          >
          > SCRUM TOOLs �
          > � �
          > � �
          > �
          > http://www.agiletrackingtool.com/
          > �
          > http://pangoscrum.com/
          > �
          > http://www.scrumpytool.com/
          > �
          > http://www.icescrum.org/
          > �
          > http://sprintometer.com/
          > �
          > http://www.agilefant.org/
          > �
          > http://www.scrumedge.com/index.php �
          > � �
          >
          > �Valerie Willis,

          > RSQE, Inc.
          > Sr. Software QA Analyst / SCRUM Master
          > (919) 524-7408
          >


        • Kevin Johnston
          Www.pivotaltracker.com really slick and helps you focus on feature delivery. Recommended to me at a conference by Jeff Sutherland. Sent from my iPhone
          Message 4 of 5 , Sep 2, 2010
            Www.pivotaltracker.com really slick and helps you focus on feature delivery. Recommended to me at a conference by Jeff Sutherland.

            Sent from my iPhone
          • sakendrick
            has anyone used Scrum for Team Systems? We re a TFS shop and currently using a custom home grown TFS database for stories and bugs (in a single list) and a
            Message 5 of 5 , Sep 20, 2010
              has anyone used Scrum for Team Systems? We're a TFS shop and currently using a custom home grown TFS database for stories and bugs (in a single list) and a physical task board (two boards actually). We have a single local team but may grow multiple dispersed teams in the future.
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