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How I learned programming - Part 4

Welcome to part 4 of how I learned programming. In my last post, I wrote about how I learned Java and C++ in Canada and how the teacher there impressed me. You can find this post here. In this pos...

How I learned programming - Part 3

Welcome to part 3 of how I learned programming. In my last post, I wrote about how I learned C# in university in Austria. You can find this post here. In this post, I will talk about studying in C...

How I learned programming - Part 2

Welcome to part 2 of how I learned programming. In my last post, I wrote about how I started learning C# in university in Austria. You can find this post here. In this post, I will continue my sto...

How I learned programming

I learned programming in university in Austria. Before going to university, I only knew that there is the for loop and the if condition. This was all I knew. Unsurprisingly you have many theoretica...

Garbage Collection in C#

The garbage collection is a great feature which makes the life of a programmer was easier. It releases unused variables and doing so frees memory on the heap.  If you know C++ or C, you know what a...

Scrum Part 6 - Rules

Scrum has a set of predefined rules. In this last post about the Scrum fundamentals, I will give you an overview of the different rules. Product Backlog Rules The Product Backlog must be visible ...

Scrum Part 5 - Meetings

Every Scrum meeting is time-boxed. But what does time-boxed mean? I will explain this term and afterwards, I will present all Scrum meetings. Time-boxing Every meeting is a time-boxed event. Time...

Scrum Part 4 - Scrum Artifacts

Scrum has a set of predefined Scrum artifacts. In this post, I will give you an overview of the different roles and talk about my own experience. Product Backlog Items in the Product Backlog c...

Scrum Part 3 - Scrum Roles

Scrum knows only three different roles: the Product Owner, the Scrum Master and the development team. Product Owner (PO) The Product Owner owns and manages the Product Backlog. A PO is a single p...

Scrum part 2 - An overview of Scrum

As already mentioned, Scrum is a framework for how to manage work. It might be incomplete and neither does it solve the problems for you nor does it tell you how to write your code. Scrum only give...