The tax you are paying for using Scrum

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In the past few years, the way work is done in companies has changed radically. Suddenly, planning and subsequently carrying out work was not good enough. It had to be agile. Long gone were the days of waterfall, where work was planned out months — or even years — ahead, and carried out by horses with blinders on, completely oblivious to their ever changing environments. Well not literally blinded horses. But you get the…

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Martin Cerruti

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Software Engineer writing about his daily software adventures, wherever they may lead.

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