Update of "It’s Not Just Standing Up"

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Jason Yip

Short daily “stand-up” meetings are a regular feature of agile projects. Done well they allow frequent communication across the team with a high signal to noise ratio. Done badly, they can be pretty grim. For several years, this article by Jason Yip has become the definitive source of information on how to make them better. Jason has just finished a comprehensive revision of the article, so if you’re looking to get the best from your stand-ups, you should take a good look at the tips in here.

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