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- mike@mountaingoatsoftware.com

If you’ve estimated with Planning Poker, you may very well have used cards with either the FIbonacci [...]

- mike@mountaingoatsoftware.com

For many teams, the sprint review has run its course and it’s time to stop doing them. Blasphemy? Ma [...]

- mike@mountaingoatsoftware.com

In an ideal world, a Scrum team could perform the work of its sprints entirely uninterrupted. Produc [...]

- mike@mountaingoatsoftware.com

Do Scrum long enough and someone will suggest stopping the daily scrums. Here’s how to reply. [...]

- mike@mountaingoatsoftware.com

When estimating in story points, teams should think in terms of ranges and rounding up. Here’s why. [...]

- Scott Hanselman

Microsoft released a nice new ligature-friendly open source font this week called Cascadia Code. It [...]

- Scott Hanselman

I was reading an older post in an emulator forum where someone was asking for a Playstation 1 (PSX) [...]

- Scott Hanselman

I'm pretty happy with Windows 10 as my primary development box. It can do most anything I want, [...]

- Scott Hanselman

It's early days (preview) but there's now a Terminal integrated into Visual Studio! Taking [...]

- Scott Hanselman

Yesterday the Windows Team announced the first preview and code release of PowerToys for Windows 10. [...]

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