Scott Gray

Mr. Scott Gray is a Principal Software Engineer at Veracode. He received his B.S. from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and his M.S. from Boston University. Mr. Gray has over 20 years of experience developing complex software systems and leading high-performing engineering teams. He has a passion for distributed systems development and Agile methodologies. His passion for distributed systems led him to create and teach a Distributed Application Development course at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell. He has been a key leader in process improvements at both very large and small companies. He frequently attends the New England Agile and Java Users Group meet-ups – stop by and say...
Posts by Scott Gray

Five Scrum "Smells" That Indicate You Should Move to Scrumban

March 31, 2015

five-smells.png In Part 1, we provided a quick primer on Scrumban and discussed how the challenges a Scrum team faces can change during the lifecycle of a project. In this blog entry, we will look at the following five Scrum "smells" and see if you should consider a switch to Scrumban: Story Points Per Sprint Graph Follow a Sawtooth Pattern Look at the Story points you... READ MORE

Scrumban: A Hybrid Framework | Veracode

January 29, 2015

scrum-hybrid.png Do you find that demands placed on your Scrum team have changed over time and you have transitioned from a smooth cycle to a more caveat-ridden model? It may be time to consider switching to a different development framework such as Scrumban. Agile teams face many challenges, and the demands on those teams can change throughout a product's ... READ MORE

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