It is easy to be a superhero when you initially have enough resources to achieve excellent results. Billionaire, gym, pompous imagery, and you are a new Gotham gangbuster, who filigree dusts villains. Well, or a successful Scrum team, delivering abundant releases every two weeks to their happy users. But most of us need to learn how to win at much more modest initial conditions.
At the end of last year, we set out to improve the workload distribution in the teams of our unit, and later in the teams of the entire company. But we didn't have our own team to achieve this goal. Only one to several web developers for a period of one to several weeks.
How could this lead to an upbeat Scrum, why each team member was determined to become an Analyst, how do we deliver a quality product without a single tester, and, finally, how does Batman come into the picture – find answers to these questions in the April Petersburg.