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Software as a Social Construct

Agile

Software as a Social Construct

By Evan Terry When coaching a sports team, you have to know your players and what they are capable of achieving before you can craft a game plan for a successful season.  Each player’s skills...

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Continuous Integration and the Release Maturity Model

DevOps

Continuous Integration and the Release Maturity Model

By: Kendrick Burson (Interested in Continuous Integration? Check out the recorded webinar!) The topic that we are discussing for the webinar is CI, continuous Integration, which is a big part of continuous delivery.  Continuous Delivery...

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Having too many Senior Project Managers is bad for your PMO

Agile

Having too many Senior Project Managers is bad for your PMO

Having too many Senior Project Managers is bad for your PMO By Zubin Irani, cPrime CEO Project Management Article: As a profession, project management is amorphous by nature. Project Managers have collectively earned a reputation...

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Agility Cocktail Hour – LA MeetUp

Agile

Agility Cocktail Hour – LA MeetUp

Last Night\'s Agility Cocktail Hour -- Jeff Howey, cPrime\'s Agile Coach, presented at the first LA Agile MeetUp at Ozumo Restaurant in Santa Monica. We had about 30 guests in an intimate room with saki,...

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ScrumMaster Tales – The Story of a Rogue Developer

Agile

ScrumMaster Tales – The Story of a Rogue Developer

By: Mark Levison, CST This sprint, the team has finished planning and has committed to delivering five stories, totaling 25 story points (sized 8, 8, 5, 2 and 2). Based on their velocity from the...

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cPrime announced as Atlassian’s Agile tool training provider at San Francisco user conference, Summit.

Agile

cPrime announced as Atlassian’s Agile tool training provider at San Francisco user conference, Summit.

Kevin Thompson, cPrime’s Agile Practice Lead, will be delivering Agile Training on Scrum and Kanban with GreenHopper, Atlassian’s Agile Project Management tool for JIRA, at their fourth annual User Conference, Summit. Atlassian’s fourth annual San...

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PMP Exam Hints – The Scale of Professional Responsibility

Cprime

PMP Exam Hints – The Scale of Professional Responsibility

View our Video on The Scale of Professional Responsibility  The Scale of Professional Responisbility is a simplified version of the PMI’s Professional Code that cPrime uses to help project managers decipher best practices with regard...

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cPrime Names Paul D’Carpio Consultant of the Month – March 2012

Project Management

cPrime Names Paul D’Carpio Consultant of the Month – March 2012

Dr. Paul D’Carpio works as a Program Manager at GAP with the IGP Infrastructure Team. The purpose of the team is to support and enable the delivery of the 2012 International Growth Program‘s Portfolio Assets....

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How to Use Story and Task Templates

Agile

How to Use Story and Task Templates

  By: Kendrick Burson, Agile Coach at cPrime cPrime’s production pre-printed task and story post-it notes is the next generation to help new teams to organized their data in a standardized way on the post-it...

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How to Estimate Capacity for Work in Agile Teams

Agile

How to Estimate Capacity for Work in Agile Teams

by Kevin Thompson, Ph.D. Discussions about project planning and project management tend to focus mostly on understanding requirements and creating schedules. These things are important, but it is also important to understand that the work...

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cPrime Names Project Management Consultant of the Month for December 2011

Project Management

cPrime Names Project Management Consultant of the Month for December 2011

cPrime is proud to have project management consultants that exemplify and uphold project management excellence. Each month, one of cPrime\'s many worthy consultants  are chosen because they go above and beyond the call of duty;...

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When Scrum Isn’t Agile enough

Agile

When Scrum Isn’t Agile enough

by: Jeffery Howey I’ve rarely run into scenarios where a 2 or 3 week time frame from User Story to Release was seen as a bottleneck – especially with history working on 18-month projects in...

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