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I hold scrum meetings with my developers and tech team every day, so I think a good agile software and a disciplined project manager are probably the best source for scrum and learning about it. There is nothing like a good project manager to act as a scrum master, but one experienced specificall...

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For the teams I've been working with in the past, a "lightweight Scrum" was working the best. "Lightweight" means that we won't have a formal planning poker or face-to-face daily stand-ups, or sometimes even points estimation. What we'd have is bi-weekly planning, tracking, and asynchronous repo...

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I tried Basecamp, Jira, Unfuddle, Trello and PivotalTracker before for different projects which were developed with agile approach. All of them worked fine to me and I needed some time to setup my framework and processes there. I think it would be worth checking Trello or PivotalTracker which I ...

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Being a freelance developer for the last 10 years or so, I have seen and used almost every project management software you can think of, open-source and closed, and I have found that the "best bug tracking tool" completely depends on your process. I employ and direct teams in an Agile process tha...

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