Imagine that your mobile phone can fly and take a selfie for you. Imagine that you can control it while flying, imagine that it can go beyond your arms reach, imagine that you can set your camera free.
The most interesting idea about scrum is that it allows having shippable products in early phases of the project lifetime. This will help the project team to get feedback as early as possible and will allow all stakeholders to have a common understanding of the project scope.
The project manager prime goal & objective is to adhere to time, budget & scope of a project. These three are main solid pillars on which a success of a project depends. Following discussion will make my views more clear: Continue reading “On Time, Within Budget and Within Scope” »
Agile Scrum Sprint Retrospective makes it easy for the team members to estimate where they stand.
The Scrum is a framework to manage project activities, which enables the team members to manage deliver faster, what requires the members to communicate and interlink more frequently. The entire team works as a solo entity to attain the objective. The Scrum process is principally assisted by a Scrum Master who is responsible for removing the obstructions of the ability of the team to convey project objectives. Continue reading “Agile Scrum Ceremonies and Sprint Retrospective Meeting” »
I had the chance to give two lectures for the Computer Sciences class at the American University of Beirut during this week, the sessions covered the Agile Scrum topic. Continue reading “Agile Scrum – AUB 2014” »
The Lebanon Election Violence Risk Assessment (LEVRA II) Project is a set of mechanisms to analyse the dynamics that indicate the potential risk of violence during the 2013 parliamentary elections. Continue reading “Lebanon Election Violence Risk Assessment Project” »
A new Android version of the traditional “snakes and ladders” board game was released 2 weeks ago on Google Play. The new entry game app is developed by a local Lebanese company SoftThings. Continue reading “New Snake and Ladders 3D Android Game made in Lebanon” »
It’s really weird how people think, please check this photo album to understand what I am talking about. Continue reading “Did You Know? The Unknown Known!” »
That 2007 morning, I was in Africa and I was watching the news (like every Lebanese expatiate does), it was about Nahr El Bared war, where the Lebanese Armed Forces attacked the terrorist militia of Fath-El-Islam. Continue reading “Organs Donation Presentation For Free In Lebanon” »