Re: how to campare scrum with xp and fdd???
- Aha - in two words you have captured the project I am on:
Makes me long to do Scrum... :-)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Ron Jeffries
> My point was that Agile methods /do/ have planning up front. Again andas we
> again. We don't do FIRE, AIM, we do aim fire aim fire aim fire.
> It's true that Craig's chart can be misinterpreted, but anything can be,
> even my crystal clear (pardon the expression no pun intended) prose,
> have recently seen. At the same time, though I would personally bewilling
> to start a project as soon as they had one Story / Backlog Item, it doesname, and
> kind of make sense to do a period of time where you create a bunch.
> In fact I thought Scrum had such a "phase" ... but I forget the
> at 4 AM I'm not going to go get the book. But doesn't it?
> Ron Jeffries
> Ron gave me a good suggestion once. -- Carlton (banshee858)
> On Thursday, November 18, 2004, at 2:27:19 AM, Deb wrote:
> > ummm... after we deliver working software in every Sprint, we plan the
> > next Sprint's work. So Scrum has constant iteration of delivery (is
> > that what you mean by implementation? you know I find that word vague
> > :-) followed by more planning.
> > Sorry, what were you driving at, Ron?
> End quotation from Deb, on Thursday, November 18, 2004, at 2:27:19 AM