This is how you play planning poker.
Walt (holding up an eight of clubs): So, I think this task sounds pretty difficult, so I'm going to play an 8. |
Sparky (wearing sunglasses and a hoodie, with a stack of chips): Call.
Walt: Sparky, this is not how you play planning poker.
Sparky: Call! |
Walt: ... okay, I have a single eight.
"That's not even the same game!"
Walt (to team): We're all on time for standup, except for Cube Drone. He's late.
| Cube Drone parachutes in: Ha ha! Parachute!
| Meanwhile, in reality: Cube Drone looking depressed on a city bus.
It would also be fun to get a big wrestling-intro style entrance to a standup.
Walt: Gentlemen, we had an hour-long service outage last night,
and I want to know why.
| Warbeard: It was dev!
| Cube Drone: It was QA!
| Sparky: It was OPS!
| Warbeard, Sparky, and Cube Drone are all pointing at one another.
| Cube Drone: It would appear we have a mexican standup on our hands.
I'm not sure if the term 'Mexican Standoff' is really super appropriate.
CEO: Our client has decided to use agile, but you have to agree on all of your tasks ahead of time. |
CEO: ...and deliver them by a fixed date. |
Walt: That's just waterfall.
CEO: Nonsense. Now if you could get to work making a detailed chart of project dependencies...
That's just a GANTT chart!
Bad vector stock photography of people standing around and talking about scrum.
Just... read the blog that comes with this comic. It'll all make sense.
Cube Drone: What's this?
Sparky: I successfully attached a Raspberry Pi to a Bosc Pear! |
Cube Drone: Why?
Sparky: I wanted to be more agile. |
Cube Drone (agitated): wha
Sparky: Pear programming!
There is really not much more I can say about this. This is an awful joke and I am sorry.