Video: What Is Scrum?

In the first edition of Danube’s new video blog series, CST Jimi Fosdick starts with the basics by answering “What Is Scrum?” Click below to watch and be sure to check back for more video blogs soon.

What is Scrum?

Jimi Fosdick

With more than 14 years of experience in product development, Jimi Fosdick has worked in a wide range of industries, including publishing, software, advertising, and the public sector. As one of CollabNet’s Certified Scrum Trainers, he conducts dozens of public courses around the world each year, helping organizations to surface dysfunction and improve processes through Scrum.

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2 comments on “Video: What Is Scrum?
  1. Bill Collins says:

    How do software quality tools like Test Director (HP) and Caliber (Borland) fit into the Scrum methodology?

  2. Jimi Fosdick says:

    @Bill Collins
    Scrum requires that each sprint end with a fully functional and fully tested product increment so whatever requirements gathering/management is required in your organization and whatever testing you do to release has to be done each sprint. Scrum is agnostic with respect to specific tools, but the underlying agile principle is that we value “individuals & interactions OVER processes & Tools.” As long as your tools don’t interfere with Scrum and Agile priniciples it’s up to the team to decide how to best use these tools.

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