Professional Scrum Development with Azure DevOps (Microsoft Press)
Monday, 14 February 2022

This book is designed to help development teams plan, track, and manage work far more effectively, by combining today's leading agile framework (Scrum) and Microsoft's ALM/DevOps toolset (Azure DevOps). Richard Hundhausen covers team formation, backlogs, Sprints, test plans, collaboration, flow, continuous improvement, Azure Boards, Azure Test Plans, and the real-world tradeoffs associated with DevOps.

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The book contains practical, in-the-trenches tips from experienced Professional Scrum Developers. To make this guide even more valuable, Hundhausen has organized it to complement Scrum.org's popular Professional Scrum Developer (PSD) program, which he created with Scrum.org's Ken Schwaber, author of this book's foreword.

Author: Richard Hundhausen
Publisher: Microsoft Press
Date: February 2022
Pages: 432
ISBN: 978-0136789239
Print: 0136789234
Kindle: B08F5HCNJ7
Audience: Scrum developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Methodology

Topics covered:

  • Deepen your understanding of the Scrum framework and Professional Scrum as based on the 2020 Scrum Guide.
  • Provide proven work item planning and tracking, and quickly drive value from Azure Boards
  • Improve your Scrum “pre-game”: the tasks you'll perform before your first Sprint
  • Use Azure DevOps to create and manage backlogs, plan Sprints, and collaborate throughout them
  • Improve at scale with Scaled Professional Scrum and the Nexus scaled Scrum framework
  • Recognize which practices are still most efficiently performed without tools
  • Define and optimize team flow, overcome common dysfunctions, and evolve into a high-performance Professional Scrum Team

 

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