Scrum en 30 segundos

  • Scrum en 30 segundos

    • El Dueño de Producto crea una lista ordenada por prioridad llamada la Lista de Producto.
    • Durante la Planificación del Sprint el Equipo de Desarrollo escoge un pedazo pequeño de el tope de la lista, la Lista de Pendientes del Sprint, y decide cómo implementarlas.
    • El Equipo de Desarrollo cuenta con un periodo de tiempo – el Sprint (usualmente dura entre 2 y 4 semanas) – para completar el trabajo, pero se reune todos los días para evaluar su progreso (Scrum Diario).
    • A lo largo de este proceso, el Scrum Master mantiene el Equipo de Desarrollo enfocado en su meta.
    • Al final del Sprint, el trabajo o Incremento debe estar “Terminado” on en condiciones de ser utilizado.
    • EL Sprint termina con una Revisión y una Retrospectiva.
    • Al comienzo de un nuevo Sprint el Equipo de Desarrollo escoge otro pedazo de el tope de la Lista de Producto y empieza un nuevo ciclo.

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There’s value in the Scrum Values

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Scrum is not a methodology. Scrum is a process, but of a non-repeatable kind. Scrum is a framework of rules, roles and principles. The framework helps people and organizations discover what works best for them. Their real process emerges, and is specific and fitting to their time and context. Scrum can wrap existing product development practices or render them superfluous. The benefits of Scrum are greater when complemented by improved or revised engineering, product management, people and organizational practices. The prescriptions of Scrum have been limited to the essence. Every element of Scrum has a goal. Changing the core design of Scrum, leaving out elements, not playing the game by its base rules, covers up problems and limits the benefit of Scrum and any additions on Scrum, up to the level of making it utterly useless.

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Evolution of the Jetpack Logo: Behind the Scenes with Dave Whitley

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Early in 2014, we felt that Jetpack needed a new identity. The Jetpack team is continuously developing new features and it’s one of our top priorities for the future of WordPress. We knew that a strong brand would help evolve Jetpack into a better product.

The original logo was conceived in 2011, right before Jetpack’s launch at SXSW. Since then, Jetpack has become a top three plugin and a major part of the WordPress ecosystem. Millions of WordPress sites rely on Jetpack’s features. This is the next chapter for Jetpack, and the new brand will serve as a strong foundation for its future.

Initially, we explored literal jetpack imagery because of the strong brand equity of the previous logo.

Early jetpack sketches Early jetpack sketches

We also explored several other literal concepts, but we felt we needed something more emblematic that could stand on its own. The new logo’s basis came from simply constructed geometric shapes…

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