ALM in a Minute is a video blog design to help information technology individuals learn more about software lifecycle, DevOps guidelines, and development best practices.
Videos length at one minute (60 seconds) aiming at quick learning sessions that are informative but useful for those with a tight schedule and lots to learn.
They are simple and focus on basic concepts, tips, and best practices. To some the topics might be lame but one can be surprised at how many IT professionals have not yet grasped the ideas that encompass the ALM culture.
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Overview of the Scrum Methodology
Posted on 4/10/2017 2:10:49 PM
This video is an overview of the scrum methodology, it's roles, events, and artifacts.
It has basic explanations for each role - scrum master, product owner, development team, artifact - product backlog, user stories, definition of done, etc, and events - sprint, sprint review, daily scrum, sprint retrospective.
It is a good video for information technology individuals trying to understand scrum in 5 minutes.
You can download the Scrum guide here.
A Brief Overview of Team Foundation Server
Posted on 4/7/2016 10:32:40 AM
Team foundation Server is Microsoft's response to software development management, with several features that have evolved into a robust solution.
The first version was released in 2005, and now has even a free version up to 5 developers.
This video briefly explains the history and features of TFS.