I was listening to Neil Benson’s Scrum Dynamics podcast on implementing Dynamics 365 using Scrum on my way to the office this morning. I started to recant my own project experiences over the past several years and the challenges I’ve faced. Neil made some interesting points and I thought it would be nice to augment his content with some stories of personal experiences I’ve had using Scrum on my own projects.
Dynamics 365 Development: Why PowerApps is the New Power Stone in the Microsoft Dynamics Universe (MDU)
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