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Paul Fawcett

About the Author

Paul Fawcett is an Atlaz Architect with over five years of experience in guiding developers to follow the best agile practices and standards. Paul works closely with the team members to continuously improve development processes and design solutions that generate the most business value and help our clients succeed.

Saving Time and Allowing Better Estimates with Atlaz Newest Update

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We love introducing new features to make Atlaz even better and easier to use. This time we’ve covered board filters, task linking, comment threads, board templates and much more. Let’s dive into the details of the latest improvements.

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Scrum vs Kanban: Pointless Fights All Agile Teams Have

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I saw many Scrum teams that moved to Kanban. They said they got many reasons to do that. Here are the most popular ones:

  • “Scrum doesn’t work for us. Let’s try Kanban.”
  • “Scrum meetings take too much time.”
  • “Scrum retrospectives are so annoying. They look more like a club of anonymous complainers.”
  • “Kanban is simple as ABC. You only need a board with three columns: To Do, Doing, Done.”
    etc…

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How to Win Over Investors for Your Startup – Part 2

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In the previous article, we discussed preparation activities before pitching your business for funding, different types of investors and how to find and connect with them.

In Part 2, we’ll have a look at how you can create a perfect pitch to attract potential investors and the most common reasons why pitching fails.

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How to Win Over Investors for Your Startup – Part 1

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If you ever pitched startup investors, you know how hard it is. Investors want to bet on a winning horse – company that will become profitable in the long-term. Nobody wants to lose money but that’s the risk you take betting on horse races. And the same applies to investing in startups.

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A Quick Guide to Choosing the Right Sprint Length for Your Project

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Magic comes from the heart, and the heart of Scrum is the sprint. Many teams choose their sprint length without too much thought. And chances are it will works out. In optimism we trust after all.

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