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When you start actually using scrum, let me know. That depiction of
scrum is like BP's depiction of responsibility. ;-)
On Tue, Sep 14, 2010 at 2:11 PM, Kat Kuvinka <katkuvinka -at- hotmail -dot- com> wrote:
> I really like it at first! There was one me, one tester, three teams, and about a dozen developers. Docs were part of the DoD and I thought it was a great way to be on top of every new or changed feature.
> Now there are 7 teams, about 30 developers, 6 testers, and still one me. OK, I exaggerate, we have a contract writer, but she is dedicated to one team, and I still have to support that team. And she is leaving soon.
> I am going to campaign for more writers, but in the meantime, any suggestions?
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