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9 01, 2019

A complete revamp of the security profile system: no more confusion!


The last months of 2018 were a busy time at Nutcache, as our team pursued its mission to make the application as user-friendly as possible. And Nutcache's latest update reflects this effort by focusing on making the security profile system simpler and making new project board templates available to speed up project creation. New security [...]

A complete revamp of the security profile system: no more confusion!2019-04-08T15:18:29+00:00
17 12, 2018

Weighted Shortest Job First (WSJF)


One of the roles of the product owner is to supply the product backlog with the functionalities or features that the technical team will have to develop. The other, undoubtedly more complex, is to define the priority of the tasks to be performed. How do you choose which feature should be developed first? The solution [...]

Weighted Shortest Job First (WSJF)2019-05-28T15:04:34+00:00
3 12, 2018

Scrum Master Job Description


Scrum is without a doubt one of the most used Agile project management methodologies in the field of IT development. The Scrum master guarantees the implementation and application of the Scrum methodology within the project team. He ensures as well that the team can be independent with the method in order to obtain good productivity. [...]

Scrum Master Job Description2019-04-08T14:55:52+00:00
26 11, 2018

Agile velocity: definition, calculation, and proper use


Often associated with the Scrum methodology, Agile velocity may be a valuable tool when it comes to tracking the work done by a development team during a sprint and helping to predict the predictability of the next one. On the other hand, poorly used as a performance indicator for management, for example, it can be [...]

Agile velocity: definition, calculation, and proper use2019-05-28T15:04:34+00:00
21 11, 2018

Coding Dojo


The first "coding dojo" was born from the observation that most developers only had their work, their professional achievements, to improve their knowledge and development techniques. The idea was then to take them out of their usual working environment and get them to work together on a specific topic or on the solution of a [...]

Coding Dojo2019-05-28T15:04:35+00:00
14 11, 2018

An update shaped by simplicity and an improved user experience


At Nutcache, we have always aimed to provide you with the best possible user experience. With this new release, we are taking another step towards this goal as we are launching several new features to make your overall experience fabulous. More flexibility to manage your account Up until this new release, only account owners could [...]

An update shaped by simplicity and an improved user experience2019-05-28T15:04:35+00:00
9 10, 2018

Scrumban: all about the Scrum-Kanban method


You know Scrum, the very widely used agile project management method. You know Kanban, the method of production management with pull-flow. Here is Scrumban now, which will combine the flexibility provided by Scrum to Kanban's just-in-time workflow management. A novelty? Not really! Scrumban was born at the end of the 2000s. The use in real [...]

Scrumban: all about the Scrum-Kanban method2019-03-14T16:30:30+00:00
9 10, 2018

The speed boat Agile – An Effective Agile Retrospective Tool


When a project is managed using an Agile method, such as Scrum for example, the end of a development iteration is systematically concluded by a retrospective meeting. For the team as a whole, it is important to take stock of the past iteration by allowing all participants to express themselves freely. But it is not [...]

The speed boat Agile – An Effective Agile Retrospective Tool2019-03-14T16:37:44+00:00
23 08, 2018

Lifecycle of a software & Application Lifecycle Management within an Agile project


A software or an application is not only limited to one or many programs used by clients. A software is born, lives and dies; that’s why we refer to the “lifecycle” of a software. The lifecycle of an application is made of all the stages punctuating its course; from the starting idea until the users [...]

Lifecycle of a software & Application Lifecycle Management within an Agile project2019-05-28T15:04:36+00:00
16 08, 2018

Agile functional specifications


Those who don’t know well Agile management methods can feel that the team is working without any specifications. Goals vary from one sprint to another; we don’t know exactly what’s going to be in the next sprint… It is although far from the truth. Stating that an Agile project doesn’t have any specifications is completely [...]

Agile functional specifications2019-05-28T15:04:36+00:00
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