Content tagged with: agile
As Agile becomes widely accepted as a software development approach, many large organizations have adopted it, mainly in its Scrum form to reduce development cycle. There might be even a fair share of adopters that are trying really to apply Agile values. If the topic of scaling Agile has been discussed for many years and you can read the excellent books of Graig Larman and Bas Vodde on this topic. We have also recently seen the emergence of proprietary” approaches, like SAFE, to achieve this goal.
Methods & Tools – the free e-magazine for software developers, testers and project managers – has just published its Fall 2014 issue that discusses better coding with Coding Dojos, Lean Agile metrics, the difference between requirements and specifications, software testing, java code conventions and project management open source tools.
The important thing is not your process, the important thing is the process for improving your process.
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 the software developer condition, scaling Agile, technical debt, behavior-driven development, Agile metrics, UX (user eXperience), NoSQL databases and software design.