Agile: When is a story done?

Anyone who has worked with me in the past will probably recognize my standard response to vague or unclear requirements – “how will I know when I’m done?”. I use it so much becuase the simple trick of changing viewpoint to view work in terms of acceptance criteria is key to enabling sensible discussion, estimation, …

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The Power of Done

As we attempt to spread agile, continual, iterative, processes throughout the company, there is a growing confusion as to when things are actually ready for release. The old “waterfall” notion of a complex and detailed advance specification, backed up by months of laborious manual testing is no longer applicable. In most ways this is a …

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