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Coding Towards Utopia...by Rob Reynolds
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The DevHuddle

thehuddle The DevHuddle. This is a term I started using to identify what my team does to plan development work for an iteration.  Basically this is where we sync up and get everyone on  an even playing field for consistency, map out our plans and design and coordinate who is going to do what. Why a huddle? In football the team gets the orders (prioritized stories) from the coach (project manager) and then the quarterback (team lead) explains the plan and how the players (the developers) are going to carry it out.  And to illustrate the quarterback draws the plans out sometimes on the ground or in his/her hands (the whiteboard). That's why we call it the DevHuddle.


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Print | posted on Tuesday, December 30, 2008 9:13 PM | Filed Under [ Code ProjectManagement ]


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