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Think, "Kanban in a box.” Imagine you ordered Kanban for your team, and got the box delivered to your door. You open the box and right on top is a quick-start guide. Being a novice, you follow the guide, and quickly get up and running. As you become more experienced, the other box contents address common advanced issues you'd face, like right-sizing teams, estimation, hitting deadlines, transitioning from Scrum or Waterfall, deploying components and services, and using Kanban within larger organizations.
Eric Brechner has more than two decades of experience in the software industry. He began writing "Hard Code" in 2001 as a resource for Microsoft employees. Since then, the opinion column has ignited an ongoing discussion of best practices among the thousands of software development engineers at Microsoft-and now, to the rest of the development community. He began introducing his teams to Kanban in 2011, replacing Scrum and other methods.
Introduction Chapter 1 Getting management consent Chapter 2 Quick-start guide Chapter 3 Hitting deadlines Chapter 4 Transitioning from Waterfall Chapter 5 Transitioning from Scrum Chapter 6 Deploying components, apps, and services Chapter 7 Using Kanban within larger organizations Chapter 8 Kanban and sustained engineering Chapter 9 Resources