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Creating and Iterating on a Value Statement

Scrum teams work closely to deliver the product increment they are dedicated to while applying the Agile methodology. The teams also work with both the Product Owner and Scrum Master to reach a shared business goal. About a year ago, one of our teams (we’ll call them Team A) created a Value Statement for their scrum team.

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The Daily Standup is Not a Status Update

Any Scrum team effectively using Agile methods and principles should start the day with a daily Standup meeting. Topping out at fifteen minutes, these are meant to let everyone else on the team know what others are working on, what progress has been made, and whether there are any blockers. Some refer to the Standup as a status update...but is it really? The Problem

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Agile Retrospective: More Than the Happiness Metric

During my Scrum Master Certification training, I was introduced to the Happiness Metric, which is a key tool for insight into team dynamics from Jeff Sutherland, founder of Scrum Inc. (Scrum being a simple framework for effective team collaboration on complex products, according to Scrum.org.) I've found that getting the pulse of a team via a survey can be useful, especially in retrospectives.

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Thinking Ahead: Pega Alerts Every Developer Should Watch Out For

What comes to your mind when you hear terms like performance tuning or performance enhancement? You may think of fine tuning various components of the applications and environments to enhance the application’s performance. But when is the right time to do so?

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Training and Certification: a PegaWorld 2017 Recap

Did PegaWorld leave you with that sinking feeling of Fear of Missing Out (so often referenced as FOMO) regardless of whether or not you attended? We understand — there was a lot to be seen and heard. Banish that FOMO, because we have a Training and Certification recap for you below.   Treats, Tech, and Training

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Lessons Learned in UI Testing

Figuring out how to properly test the tools we build has always been a challenge due to the number of technologies used to build them. This includes Java, JavaScript, HTML, and CSS. This challenge is made more complex by all the ways our tools can be used and due to the UI testing tools available on the market.

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Meet the PDN Moderators

The PDN has Moderators? Yes, we absolutely do. The PDN currently has eight communities that are tailored for what you need. Do you need help getting certification? Pega Academy is for you. Do you have a Product Question? Product Support is for you. And if you are interested in networking, check out PegaBuzz.

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What is the PegaBuzz Community?

Want to know more about what’s going on in and around Pega? Want to connect with fellow professionals with a passion for Pega technology? If you answered yes to either of these questions you need to visit the PegaBuzz Community.

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Avoiding Online Scams with Official Pega Study Material

Studying for your Pega certification? Maybe you've found Pega Certified System Architect (CSA) or Pega Certified Lead System Architect (CLSA) exam questions and answers floating around the internet. Perhaps you even saw others posting on forums and asking for Pega certification exam dumps. Yes, we're aware of the online presence of these questions and their version of "answers," but remember that these sources are not legitimate. The best source for your Pega certification study guides and questions is still, you guessed it, Pega.  

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GCS Articles on the PDN

A key element of Pega’s Global Customer Support (GCS) mission is knowledge capture and sharing, also known as knowledge-centered support. Customer support cases – your cases -- are valuable, reusable assets for everyone.

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