WIKISPEED Enters Local Motors ARPA-E LITECAR Challenge

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This challenge, with $60,000 in prize money for first place and $150,000 over all, has just been announced and closes March 5th. This seems a natural fit for us, we have a crash-tested ultra-light weight chassis in the SGT01.  Please forward this post to interested parties,...

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Top Five Scrum Metrics

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When coaching in a company, I always recommend each team Scrum Master track 5 metrics each sprint: 1) Team Velocity per sprint. This gives us the more important Acceleration. 2) Quality. How this is tracked varies per industry, but is often bugs found in field. 3) Time to Fix...

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I was recently emailed asking how a group of teams might better measure their velocity. The exchange might be interesting to more folks, and I've posted it here in the case that it is useful: >> Awesome to have the conversation go a bit deeper. The definition...

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Definition of Done for Hardware Projects with longer release cycles

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I was recently emailed by a savvy Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) about the "Definition of Done for Hardware Projects with longer release cycles. e.g. Saab Fighter Jets." Kelley Harris writes:  >>I'd welcome your suggestions for adjusting the definition of done for hardware projects that have a...

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