If you ever worked in a Scrum team you know how hard it is to find a proper tool to manage your work. Scrum is mostly just a concept and it depends on the team on how it is implemented in the daily work process. So most tools on the market just don't quite fit. The consequence often is: do it yourself! And so we did.
What better way than to implement the application with various Eclipse projects? Equinox, RCP, Virgo, SWT, EclipseLink, Riena and even Mylyn helped us build a nice application fit exactly for our needs. The resulting planning tool is called "Scrumbox".
By now you’ve probably heard of Kanban, the newest Agile methodology on the block. Much as Scrum and XP play well together, so do Scrum and Kanban. In fact, all three work well together.
This session will introduce Kanban from a Scrum perspective, show how the Lean practice of “One Piece Flow” is the key to both, and look at how to mix and match Scrum and Kanban to fine tune a process that fits your circumstances. This will include: decoupling once-per iteration activities from the iteration, work-in-progress limits, and the concept of “pull.”
Objective : Present the concept of an ALM product for the Automotive embedded industry based on the Eclipse OSEE project.
This could be embraced and fostered by the Eclipse community and the Automotive industry for their mutual benefits.
Current Status: This product is under development at BOSCH-RBEI.