I thought this was an extremely practical book and found it very useful on my Scrum project. Highly recommend it. It is a very quick read and well worth the time.Published 1 month ago by LovetoLearn
I have bought this book but it is one-time reading one.
The content of the book is good. But the quality is very poor. Pages just fall of from the book.
My software friends are talking about Scrum, Agile, Pair Programming and I knew nothing about it. I have a friend who even suggested that Agile could be extended to general... Read morePublished 21 months ago by L. David Marquet
It's just one guy's story, and he says pretty clearly that your mileage may vary. But, if you're trying to get your mind around Scrum & XP and how it would look/feel to work on a... Read morePublished on October 13, 2011 by Todd Trimble
I make it a point to give out this book for all new team members. Great, short and engaging reading with practical, real-life examples.Published on June 8, 2011 by S. Chatterjee
If you are new to Scrum, you need to read this book. It's not introductory, you have to learn before the basis of Scrum, but after that, take this book and read it completely. Read morePublished on May 4, 2011 by José M. Blázquez
We started to use this book a year ago. Looking backward, it helps a lot to establish simple, effective and successful development process. Smart and humble. Highly recomended.Published on February 27, 2010 by Dorian Averbuch
I'm using this book in a university graduate course I'm teaching on Agile. The book provides a great case-study for Scrum and provides practical how-to details that are missing in... Read morePublished on December 28, 2009 by a reader
This book is full of great case studies for Scrum & XP.
Strongly recommended reading for all scrum masters