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Pro Agile .NET Development with Scrum by Scott Millett, Matthew Bussa, Jerrel Blankenship

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Manage a Product Backlog with Pivotal Tracker

One key component of agile is to be able to track manageable work items. In order to track these work items, we put information on Post-its and stick them on a board so that they are big and visible. It's an easy, low-tech way to manage a project, there's no overhead of a system to administer, it's visual, and it's simple.

However, there are times when we need to track this work electronically instead of exclusively using Post-its. For example, when we have remote workers who are not in the office, and thus, not able to see the board; when we need to capture more requirements than a single Post-it note will allow; or when we need to generate reports from user stories.

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