Content tagged with: agile
Here is our monthly selection of interesting knowledge material on programming, software testing and project management. This month you will find some interesting information and opinions about good requirements, unit testing definition, viewing Scrum with a fantasy gaming perspective, business and IT relationship, NoSQL databases, failure in project management and software architecture in Agile approaches.
I have recently added the 3000th article on Softdevarticles.com. This directory provides pointers to articles that cover all areas of software development: programming, software quality, (project) management, databases, requirements, process improvement, ….
Here is our monthly selection of interesting knowledge material on programming, software testing and project management. This month you will find information about requirements management, automated testing, risk management, documentation in Scrum and adopting Agile.
As Agile is becoming a more mainstream software development approach, I have seen recently on the Web more content about the importance of having cross-functional people in Scrum teams. Another denomination for this type of developer is to call them “T-shaped” people. The “T” symbolizes the deepness of the expertise in a particular topic and the broadness of knowledge in other areas of software engineering.
Large software development organizations have often chosen to have a tayloristic approach where people are separated according to their expertise: programmers, software testers, DBA, business analysts. …