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Coffee Talk: Scrum versus Kanban

Northwest Cadence

Friday, July 22, 2011 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM (PDT)

Coffee Talk: Scrum versus Kanban

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Scrum versus Kanban


Scrum is a process model that promotes highly iterative, value driven development and has been successfully adopted by agile teams world-wide. Kanban, meaning “signboard”, is a concept relation to Lean and focuses on the reduction of work in progress and visual signals to indicate that new work should be started.


Both models have proven track records, and in this session Martin Hinshelwood (ALM MVP and Scrum proponent) and Steven Borg (ALM MVP and Kanban fan) will go head to head to discuss their similarities, their differences, and which you should choose for your software development.

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Northwest Cadence

Northwest Cadence provides various consulting and training services designed around Microsoft Azure and Application Lifecycle Management. Each of our clients is unique in size, style, and strategy. When it comes to consulting and training services on Azure and ALM, one size does not fit all. 

We help teams and organizations improve their software and business processes to deliver extraordinary results. We think the Microsoft Azure solution is an excellent fit for the people, processes, and tools we’ve always supported. We understand how the capabilities of the cloud can help solve common, persistent pain points in Application Lifecycle Management.  

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