The idea of the scrum framework is to organize a development process to
move through the different project cycles faster. But does it always
incentivize the right behaviours doing so? Many of the users who joined the
debate around the question on Stack Overflow have similar stories of how
developers take shortcuts, get distracted by their ticket high score, or
even feign productivity for managers. How can one avoid these pitfalls?
That the question has been migrated from our workplace exchange to the
software engineering one shows that developers consider concerns about
scrum and its effectiveness larger than the standard software development
lifecycle; they feel its effect on their workplace as a whole. User Qiulang
makes a bold claim in their question: Scrum is turning good developers into
Could that be true?
Via Comment at Hacker
News, Does scrum ruin great engineers or are you doing
it wrong? - Stack Overflow Blog
ge's Law of headlines I'm inclined to answer “yes.” Especially since it
appears to me to involve processes and tools over individuals and interactions …
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