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Idea here is to maintain a list of references I find useful in helping my understanding of all things Agile.

Canonical References on Scaling

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Description Link Level
Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) http://www.scaledagileframework.com Beginner
Large Scale Scrum (LeSS) http://less.works Beginner
Flex Framework https://portal.netobjectives.com/pages/flex/ Intermediate
Nexus Guide - Scrum.org view of an approach to scaling https://www.scrum.org/Portals/0/NexusGuide%20v1.1.pdf Beginner
Scrum @ Scale - Scruminc.com view of an approach to scaling https://scrumatscale.scruminc.com Beginner
Disciplined Agile Delivery site]] for blog postings etc as well as the Disciplined Agile Delivery membership site http://www.disciplinedagiledelivery.com Beginner
A little different to the others, the Flow Framework supports tracking flow of value. https://flowframework.org Intermediate

2015/10/24 10:19 · hpsamios

Useful Kanban References

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Agile Alliance Kanban Overview https://www.agilealliance.org/glossary/kanban/ Introductory
One day in Kanbanland – short visual introduction of a team using Kanban in their daily work https://blog.crisp.se/2009/06/26/henrikkniberg/1246053060000 Introductory
David Anderson - The Principles and Practices of the Kanban Method http://www.djaa.com/principles-general-practices-kanban-method Introductory
Eric Brechner’s Talk at Google introducing Kanban (1h05min video) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CD0y-aU1sXo Introductory
LeanKanban - Kanban Guide http://leankanban.com/project/wkanban/ Introductory
LeanKanban - Essential Kanban condensed http://leankanban.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/Essential-Kanban-Condensed.pdf Introductory
David Anderson - An Alternative Path to Agility @ 2013 COHAA The Path to Agility Conference (1h13min video) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=voyWti0yTgU& Introductory
AgileReloaded – Kanban Step-by Step Kanban step by step [Pictures] Introductory
David Anderson’s blog http://anderson.leankanban.com/blog/ Advanced
Introduction to Kanban cadences: http://blog.kanbanery.com/the-seven-kanban-cadences/ Advanced
David Anderson - Classes of Service: The Sonic Screwdriver of Kanban Coaching  (1h15min video) https://www.digite.com/webinar/classes-of-service-the-sonic-screwdriver-of-kanban-coaching-david-j-anderson/ Advanced
Series of posts showing how Scrum and Kanban can effectively work together to achieve even better results than one method alone: https://www.scrum.org/resources/blog/scrum-and-kanban-stronger-together Advanced
How Scrum teams can benefit from Kanban practices https://www.scrum.org/resources/blog/scrum-primer-kanban-teams Advanced
How Kanban teams can benefit from Scrum practices https://www.scrum.org/resources/blog/kanban-primer-scrum-teams Advanced
Lean-Kanban North America YouTube channel – dozens of talks available: https://www.youtube.com/user/leankanbanconf/videos Advanced

2018/05/24 08:14 · hpsamios

Useful Complexity References

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Bad use of metrics in complex situation http://cognitive-edge.com/blog/the-myopia-of-metrics/ Advanced
Bad use of measurement in general http://cognitive-edge.com/blog/the-banality-of-measurement/ Advanced
Estimating Complexity https://lizkeogh.com/2013/07/21/estimating-complexity/ Intermediate

2018/07/31 05:55 · hpsamios

QA and Testing References

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From leankit, the simple model is if two people look at the same area of code and person a finds A bugs, person b finds B bugs and there are C bugs in common then using the Lincoln model an estimate for the total number of bugs in the code is (A * B) / C. The thinking here is that the more often you find common bugs the more likely it is that you have found all the bugs. http://leankit.com/blog/2015/12/how-many-bugs-are-left-the-software-qa-puzzle/ Intermediate

2015/12/17 07:23 · hpsamios

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