Myths about the role of the Scrum Master

Myth: The Scrum Master is just another way of saying Project Manager

Not only do both roles do completely different things, but generally a Project Manager has a hierarchical role above the team, something that is not true of a Scrum Master.

Myth: The Scrum Master is the leader of the Scrum Team

The Scrum Master is not a Project Manager and does not have a higher role than the Scrum Team than the rest of the team.  This is a common myth that can lead to disaster when adopting Scrum.   It is human nature to look for someone to lead a group.  Scrum teams are self-managed and decide how they are going to work and what rules (in addition to those imposed by Scrum) will be established.

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Choosing the right JavaScript framework/library for Microsoft ASP.NET applications

There are many JavaScript frameworks/ libraries available in the market today and Architect / developers have to consider different important parameters before choosing the right JavaScript framework for a project. This blog gives the high-level information about the available JavaScript frameworks/ libraries and its usage in ASP.net applications.
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