As I’ve said before, working in thin vertical slices is the key habit in Agile software development. Many people struggle to find vertical slices, but it’s a remarkably learnable skill. Teams can go
Workflows are a very common element of software. But they can be hard to split well when you’re trying to work in small, vertical slices because the most obvious split turns out to be wrong. In this video from my 80/20 Product Ownership online course, I explain why the obvious approach is wrong and
Here’s a short video about how my family uses an Agile approach for homeschool and
Last week, I tweeted,
Working in thin vertical slices is the keystone habit for agile software development. It enables so many other good practices.
— Richard Lawrence (@rslawrence) June 22, 2016
Among the many responses, Luke Woydziak asked