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Software Development Using Kanban

Published in...Engineering Operations

Published by SPK Blog Post
on February 17, 2012

Software Development Using Kanban
The SPK development team engages with customers utilizing agile principals. This typically means incremental sprint deliveries of code as part of a scrum model. At a recent engagement, we employed an interesting variation of this called Kanban.

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