Todd Mercer recently asked about estimating technical debt items and whether these should count towards your Scrum team's velocity.
You can read more about my approach: https://customery.com/blog/estimating
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Imagine you're a Dynamics 365 consultant for a Microsoft partner. Three months into the project and your client wanted to provide a Scrum Master to your Scrum Team. What would you do? Let me know in the comments below.
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This is an excerpt from my online training course, Introduction to Scrum for Dynamics 365. In this session, we look at the Product Increment. I describe how I use Dynamics 365 solutions as the Product Increment and how those solutions get tested and deployed into production.
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In this introduction to the Scrum agile framework for Microsoft Dynamics 365 projects, you'll learn the basics of Scrum events, roles, deliverables and theory. You'll also learn about some advanced agile practices you can apply to Dynamics 365 as well as when to use Scrum.
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