Scrum

Definition: Scrum is an iterative and incremental agile software development framework for managing product development. —Wikipedia

Scrum Basic Theory

Essential Scrum

Why study this book? Scrum might sound as a complex framework to use, since it has many rules and procedures. This book clearly explains everything you need to know to start using this Software Development Lifecycle Framework in an effective way.

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Scrum Advanced Theory

Agile Product Management with Scrum

Why study this book? If you will be the Product Owner in a Scrum team, this book will help you to learn how to avoid and overcome the common challenges that Scrum product owners face.

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Scrum Tools

Burndown for Trello

Why use this tool? It allows you to create burndown charts for Trello Boards.

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Scrum Tools

JIRA

Why use this tool? You will be able to integrate all the Scrum activities, including Sprints. JIRA is suggested for Products from medium to high complexity.

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Scrum Tools

Scrum for Trello

Why use this tool? It allows you to add estimates or record time-spent directly on Trello cards. Shows sums at the top of each list and the top right corner of each board.

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Scrum Tools

Trello

Why use this tool? Trello is a very versatile tool, that can be applied also to track a Product using Scrum. Use it in combination with “Scrum for Trello” and “Burndown for Trello” for the best results. Trello is suggested for Products of low complexity.

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