FOREWORD. INTRODUCTION. CHAPTER 1: SHIPPING SOFTWARE. CHAPTER 2: ORGANIZING A SCRUM TEAM. CHAPTER 3: TRACKING WHAT'S IMPORTANT IN TEAM FOUNDATION SERVER. CHAPTER 4: GETTING STARTED WITH THE TFS SCRUM TEMPLATE. CHAPTER 5: WORK ITEMS, QUERIES, AND REPORTS. CHAPTER 6: THE PRODUCT BACKLOG. CHAPTER 7: TRACKING QUALITY. CHAPTER 8: RUNNING A RELEASE. CHAPTER 9: RUNNING A SPRINT. CHAPTER 10: THE RETROSPECTIVE. CHAPTER 11: IMPROVING SCRUM BY USING SPIKES. APPENDIX A: WORKING WITH SCRUM ASSESSMENTS. APPENDIX B: REFERENCES. INDEX.
Steve Resnick is a founder and managing director of BlueMetal Architects, a consulting and product development firm specializing in IT strategy, architecture, design, and delivery. Previously, he was CTO of the Microsoft Technology Centers. Aaron Bjork is a senior program manager at Microsoft, working on Agile experiences and tooling within Team Foundation Server. Michael de la Maza is an Agile coach and trainer whose clients include Carbonite, Intuit, EMC, and Verizon Wireless. He developed the 19-course KnowAgile curriculum that is taught throughout the country.