Managing Agile Open-Source Software Projects with Microsoft Visual Studio Online
by Brian Blackman, et al.
Publisher: Microsoft Press 2015
Number of pages: 453
The e-book is for Agile development teams and their Scrum Masters who want to explore and learn from the authors' 'dogfooding' experiences and their continuous adaptation of software requirements management. Product Owners and other stakeholders will also find value in this e-book by learning how they can support their Agile development teams and by gaining an understanding of the constraints of open-source community projects.
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