We’ve been using “Scrum Poker” to help estimate product backlogs. Today, for a new project, we had planned on using regular playing cards. We were ready to get started, and I realized I didn’t have the playing cards with me, so I googled for some that we could print out and found a great set: http: //projetosetal.wordpress.com/2008/09/15/get-your-own-poker-planning-deck-of-cards</http:>. I wondered if there was a solution for remote teams, and sure enough, someone has built a tool: http: //www.planningpoker.com</http:>
Played Poker Today – Scrum Poker that is….
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