Monthly Archives: July 2014

An extensible information radiator

Note: This post is being shared with my other blog, The XML Adventure, since it pertains to both agile development and XML. Teams that are practicing continuous integration often have a central information radiator to indicate when the build fails. … Continue reading

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Low-cost, scalable, corporate information radiators

Many teams and companies have found information radiators useful. These are displays that show information and statistics, such as burndown charts, open issues, top backlog stories, or days till product release. They are located in well-trafficked areas, so rather than … Continue reading

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