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Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Scrum Reference Card

Ran across a useful (and free) quick reference PDF for the Scrum Agile method for managing software projects.

Scrum has really gained some momentum over the last few years, perhaps in part from the now ubiqiutous certification program (Certified Scrum Master). It's a deceptively simple framework for Agile project management, consisting mainly of a few rules around creating a product backlog, priotizing work into 30 day "sprints" or less, daily meetings or "scrums", self-organizing teams, and the key: inspecting and adapting continually to improve based on real-world feedback.

Anyway, here's the link, courtesty of Contrado in Australia:

Scrum Reference Card PDF

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4 Comments:

  • link seems to be dead

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:57 PM  

  • It is now located at http://www.scruminfo.com/downloads/src.pdf, along with other interesting scrum-related documents.

    By Anonymous Huperniketes, at 5:23 PM  

  • I think this is the same... though no garuntees!

    http://scruminfo.com/wp/scrum-reference-card/

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:26 AM  

  • I've put together a new reference card which has been useful for getting people up to speed on this. You can download this PDF at the link below, or contact me for a tri-fold printed version.

    http://ScrumReferenceCard.com

    --mj

    By Anonymous Michael James, at 2:46 PM  

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