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The following list is a content of the project management articles that you can find on keepsimple project

  • Ideas;
  • Schemes;
  • Documentation;
  • Sketches;
  • Layouts;
  • Prototypes.
  • Epics;
  • User stories;
  • Tasks;
  • Sub-tasks;
  • Bugs.
  • Project activities coordination tools;
  • Project team communication tools;
  • Team members' file sharing tools;
  • Definition of science;
  • Definition of philosophy;
  • Definition of methodology;
  • Definition of a framework;
  • Differences of these concepts in IT projects;
  • Popular project management frameworks;
  • Kanban method;
  • SCRUM framework;
  • Legacy frameworks.
  • Predictable approach;
  • Iterative approach;
  • Incremental approach;
  • Agile approach;
  • Fundamentals of Agile
  • Scrum Artifacts;
  • Scrum Rituals;
  • Common roles of project team members;
  • SCRUM roles;
  • Key values of Scrum;
  • Product requirements generation and analysis;
  • Development of project's initial documentation;
  • EPICs creation;
  • EPICs prioritization;
  • User Stories creation;
  • User Stories evaluation;
  • A concept of velocity, and how to measure development team's pace;
  • Sprint Backlog grooming;
  • Retrospective analysis conduction;
  • An example of how Product Owner handles urgent change request;
  • An example of how User Story is being written;
  • PRD example of a real, online product with millions of users;
  • Main rules of User Story writing.
  • Servers;
  • Hosting;
  • Intermediate servers;
  • Databases;
  • Testing, monitoring and analytics systems
This series of articles has aimed to provide a basic understanding of project management, which can be easily acquired through the material posted on this blog. With this foundation, you can then move on to decide which books you should read, and what to research next.
Often, you might notice publicly recognized "experts" who tend to use the concepts described in this blog in a very inaccurate way. Don't get confused with this, as the roots of those inaccuracies come from their overfed ego, on which they spend much more time than on learning and self-development.
I hope that you'll find the materials of this project somewhat useful, and will share those with your friends and those who do their first steps in the project management domain.
Thank you.