Tuesday, 28 April 2009

UK South Scrum User Group (UKSSUG)

It's been a while since I last blogged, can't really think of a decent reason apart this thing called Twitter taking up a fair bit of time recently, I've not been twittering myself all that much but doing lots of reading of tweeple's tweets in the twittersphere.

Anyway, with that out of the way, last night I went to the second meeting of the UK South Scrum User Group to talk about "The Definition of Done", something that seems to plaque the majority of people developing software.

It was a great evening lead by Mike Williams, we discussed the various stages of "done" including Tasks, User Stories, Iterations and Releases and everybody suggested ways in which it is possible to define "done" and talked about ways in which any problems we were facing could be addressed.

All in all a great second night of the user group, its great to be apart of a group that I am not running so that I can actually participate rather than constantly trying to organise the next thing for NxtGenUG. If you fancy coming along to UKSSUG, it's an open invite and totally free, keep an eye on the linked in group and we'll get the next meeting date posted up soon.

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