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Continuous Everything in a DevOps World

Posted by Martin Ramos on Mar 16, 2015 4:05:00 PM

The word “continuous” seems to be the root of many agile concepts in today’s world. As agile adapts and takes on more and more evolving practices, the glossary for this lean-structured methodology gets thicker and thicker. Every day, organizations are trying and succeeding at implementing agile process methodolgies which is often why technology runs faster than we can keep up. In this blog, I discuss a few methods that organizations can use to streamline their processes. 

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Topics: Agile Methodologies, TFS, DevOps

Scrum Creates Efficient Process to Keep Clients Happy

Posted by Martin Ramos on Jan 28, 2015 7:17:00 PM

Scrum, the most popular Agile Process according to Kenneth S. Rubin's bestselling book on Amazon ‘Essential Scrum’, helps teams create a more efficient methodology through an iterative and incremental process. A major goal for any business is to not only satisfy the customer, but also keep them happy. By following these simple SCRUM guidelines, a team will always put a functioning, quality product in its customer's hands after every sprint, therefore keeping them happy.

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Topics: Agile Methodologies, Agile, Scrum, TFS, Easy Dynamics, Best Practices

HowTo Plan Daily Activities with Agile and TFS

Posted by Martin Ramos on Jan 26, 2015 10:08:00 AM

Team Foundation Server is an Agile tool that can help you organize your daily activities such as tracking big picture items as well as smaller ‘to-do’ tasks. I use TFS to track .NET software development projects, but I decided to try it to plan my daily activities for today's blog post. Read further to learn how I created a TFS process for everyday use.

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Topics: Agile Methodologies, Agile, Scrum, TFS

Practical Implementation of a Three State WorkFlow in SharePoint 2013

Posted by Ahad Paracha on Jan 12, 2015 2:31:00 PM

The third post in my ongoing series of "Simple Workflows with SharePoint 2013" will demonstrate the practical implementation of the Three State WorkFlow to automate a routine business process. Before going further, make sure to read my second post as prep for this one. To get started, I will assume that you have set up a Three State WorkFlow and chosen the option to trigger it automatically after creating a new item, event, or task. Now SharePoint will instantly assign it to the specific task or event (as shown in the picture below).

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Topics: TFS, SharePoint

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