Ppt on agile software development

1 SPLC 2014, Towards Scaled Agile Mechatronics, Jonn Lantz, Jonn Lantz Technical Specialist, Electric Propulsion Volvo.

, Jonn Lantz, jonn.lantz@volvocars.com Conclusions Volvo Car Group has successfully combined Model Driven Engineering with methods from Agile Software development. Use cases demonstrate that MDE is an enabler for Agile in complex mechatronic systems. Continuous Integration (target builds, regression test) is working well, but suitable tools for testing and test automation in DSL-platforms are still missing. Physical Modeling (DSL) /


AGILE DEVELOPMENT Outlines : Quick Look of agile development Agility

an input to the design and implementation process. In an agile approach, iteration occurs across activities. Therefore, the requirements and the design are developed together, rather than separately. AGILe software development Extreme Programming (XP) Adaptive Software Development (ASD) Scrum Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM) Crystal Feature Driven Development (FDD) Lean Software Development (LSD) Agile Modeling (AM) Agile Unified Process (AUP) Extreme programming (XP) Extreme Programming uses an/


Is Agile Compatible with Human Performance Technology? Bob Winter, CPT CA

Object Mentor consultancy, and he currently serves as Master Craftsman of 8 th Light. He is the author of countless articles and noteworthy books, including Agile Software Development: Principles, Patterns, and Practices and Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship. Book Review: Published in Performance Improvement Journal (April, 2014) ISPI HPT Standards 18 1.Focus on outcome and results. 2.Take a systems view/


School of Systems and Enterprises Stevens Institute of Technology, USA

that enables and facilitates effective response to unpredictable situations – including all of these characteristics. Agile Systems-Engineering and Agile-Systems Engineering … both obtain agility by addressing uncertainty with the same common fundamentals. Agile Systems-Engineering is a process that obtains its agility from a design based on Agile-Systems Engineering fundamentals. Agile Software Development … as agile systems engineering is not a general systems engineering approach, but rather a variety of/


Agile and Extreme Programming: A Pragmatic Approach

solved, etc. You can set up A Wiki to share information Information Radiators However, this isn’t as rich a communications channel Cockburn defines modalities of communications and their effectiveness (Agile Software Development, 2002) Cockburn’s Modalities and Effectiveness Fix XP Fix XP when it breaks Fix the process when it breaks You should be willing to do this with any methodology Don/


Agile Introduction Vassilka Kirova (kirova@alcatel-lucent.com)

things?” “Will the performance be adequate for the customer?” “Can we find some tools, components, architecture changes, or development process changes that can improve the rest of the development work?” Main characteristics of Agile Development Agile Development as a “software development framework” says: keep things small deliver partially-completed software frequently talk to the customer often write more code than documentation everyone on the team learns together Every 4/


Slide 2.1 Copyright © 2011 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Object-Oriented and Classical Software Engineering Eighth Edition, WCB/McGraw-Hill,

l XP is one of a number of new paradigms collectively referred to as agile processes l Seventeen software developers (later dubbed the “Agile Alliance”) met at a Utah ski resort for two days in February 2001 and produced the Manifesto for Agile Software Development l The Agile Alliance did not prescribe a specific life- cycle model – Instead, they laid out a group of underlying principles Slide 2/


An Agile Accounting Model: Key to Enterprise Agile Pat Reed & Walt Wyckoff July 17, 2012.

-to-a-cfo-.html http://stevedenning.typepad.com/steve_denning/2010/09/how-do-you- explain-agile-or-radical-management-to-a-cfo-.html http://itprojectfinancials.com/insights/2011/06/05/capitalizing-software- development-costs-from-sdcl-to-agile/ http://itprojectfinancials.com/insights/2011/06/05/capitalizing-software- development-costs-from-sdcl-to-agile/ Retrospective 1. What are your observations and thoughts about today’s session? 2. What/


Agile Project Management

Integration References http://scrumalliance.org/pages/ what_is_scrum http://scrumalliance.org/pages/ scrum_student_resources The Elegant Solution, Matthew May Outside-in Software Development, Carl Kessler and John Sweitzer References Agile Project Management with Scrum, Ken Schwaber Agile Software Development with Scrum, Ken Schwaber and Mike Beedle Scrum Deep Dive - Questions Leading Agile User Stories Collaboration Model Collaboration Process User Stories Overview Basics Creating Refine Flow Leading/


Agile methods: An unexpected journey Diane Strode PhD Faculty of Business and Information Technology Whitireia Polytechnic Victoria Business School Victoria.

rates Wide variation in reported adoption rates world wide – 14% (Dyba & Dingsoyr, 2008) – an academic report – 35% (West & Grant, 2010) – a Forrester research report – 69% (Ambler, 2009) – an agile guru’s report Indisputable - agile software development - has grown in popularity in the last 12 years Advocated as one of the top ten “best practices” of IT project management (Nelson, 2007) 38 Further information… APN/


© 2009 Leffingwell, LLC. A Lean|Agile Learning Journey for Nokia S30/40 Managers Module 3: Agile Enterprise Best Practices (Rev 1 22.9.09) 1.

, HP, JP Morgan, AOL Boeing, Comcast, PayPal, EDS, Emerson, Fidelity… © 2009 Leffingwell, LLC. Agile Methods  Adaptive Software Development (Highsmith)  Crystal Methods (Cockburn)  Dynamic System Development Method (Faulkner et al)  Feature Driven Development (Coad & DeLuca)  Lean Software Development (Poppendiecks)  SCRUM (Schwaber, Beebe, Sutherland)  Extreme Programming (XP) (Beck, Gamma)  Iterative/Agile – RUP and Open Unified Process (Jacobson, Kruchten, Royce, Kroll) 9 © 2009 Leffingwell, LLC/


Proprietary & Confidential — Copyright ©2006 Serena Software, Inc. A Pragmatic Approach to Agile Development John Scumniotales Vice President, Product.

7 Proprietary & Confidential — Copyright ©2006 Serena Software, Inc. Agile methodologies  Adaptive Software Development (ASD)  Crystal  Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM)  Extreme Programming (XP)  Feature-Driven Development (FDD)  Scrum  Rational Unified Process (RUP)  Test-Driven Development  … 8 Proprietary & Confidential — Copyright ©2006 Serena Software, Inc. What is “agile development”? An umbrella term that describes software development methodologies that share some/all of the/


AGILE SOFTWARE DOCUMENTATION Mike Ziegenhagen North Bay Communicators meeting May 13th, 2014 Photo courtesy of

stories Well defined Best Practices Future Opportunities FAQS Q: Do I need my Gantt chart? A: No, you can put it away now. Other questions? RESOURCES  Manifesto for Agile Software DevelopmentAgile/Lean Documentation: Strategies for Agile Software DevelopmentAgile Software Development: A gentle introduction  A Writers Guide to Surviving Agile Software DevelopmentAgile Writer Girish Mahadevan  http://agilemanifesto.org/  http://www.agilemodeling.com/essay s/agileDocumentation.htm  http://www/


Darshan Domah, Ph.D. October 3, 2013. Agenda Non-Functional Requirements Why they are important Agile Software Development NFR in Agile Processes Overview.

exact vehicle location Cost- System designed by the lowest bidder Usability – System had a slow GUI © 2013 Darshan Domah, Ph.D. Agile software development Umbrella of software development methods Support incremental and iterative development Scrum, Extreme Programming, Crystal, Feature Driven Development, Dynamic Systems Development Method Scrum - preferred Agile method; Lightweight and flexible framework © 2013 Darshan Domah, Ph.D. 3 Roles 3 Artifacts 5 Ceremonies Product Owner Scrum Master The/


® IBM Software Group © 2011 IBM Corporation Innovation for a smarter planet Model-Based Agility for Embedded Systems Development Dr. Bruce Powel Douglass,

% reduction in CO 2 emissions - Successfully used modeling for both systems engineering and for software development - Used automatic code generation for vehicle software reducing defects and improving time-to-market IBM Software Group | Rational software Innovation for a smarter planet Ikerlan-IK4 The Challenge The Solution  - Adopted Rational Rhapsody and agile model-driven development to model their system architecture  - Use of UML to visual the architecture, couple/


Chandrika Seenappa 23rd February 2015 Professor: Hossein Saiedian

and conceptual support for the emerging epistemology (a branch of philosophy that investigates the origin, nature, methods, and limits of human knowledge) Enriches our understanding of the agile phenomenon by examining its theoretical roots Software development is a complex undertaking beset with many problems, called “wicked problems” termed by Horst Rittel, an urban planner who pioneered the concept of issue-based information systems/


Agile system development methods

Textbooks Ken SCHWABER, Mike BEEDLE, Agile Software development with SCRUM, Prentice Hall, 2002. Craig LARMAN, Agile and iterative development, Addison-Wesley, 2006. Definition Agile methods (wikipedia) Agile software development is a conceptual framework for software engineering that promotes development iterations throughout the life-cycle of the project. There are many agile development methods; most minimize risk by developing software in short amounts of time. Software developed during one unit of time/


University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering Barry Boehm and Jo Ann Lane University of Southern California Center for.

-process milestones RUP and MBASE: Concurrent engineering stabilized by anchor point milestones –But not software orientation Lean Development: Emphasis on value-adding activities –But not repeatable manufacturing orientation Agile Methods: Adaptability to unexpected change –But not software orientation, lack of scalability 5 University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering July 2008©USC-CSSE6July 2008©USC-CSSE6 The ICM: What It Is and/


CS 564AR Lecture 12 Agile software development

of essential functionality with acceptably lower quality. Leverages UML Models CS 564AR © 2005 Prof. Bernstein Enter the Traditional Business Analyst A Communication Facilitator Between Stakeholders and Developers Questions’ CS 564AR © 2005 Prof. Bernstein Agile Customer Relationship Customer teaming doubles development productivity CS 564AR © 2005 Prof. Bernstein Agile Software Development People oriented Highly collaborative Handles changes smoothly Focuses on MOV Results in the creation of working/


Lecture at IT University of Copenhagen November 11, 2005 © 2005 IBM Corporation Being agile in the real world Experiences from an IBM’er Ole Rasmussen.

profile –Willing to engage in the development process –Different relationship with developersDevelopment teams –Smaller, motivated, highly skilled & empowered to make technical decisions Limitations  Distributed development environments  Subcontracting  Building reusable artefacts  Large team development  Building safety-critical softwareDeveloping large, complex software (Turk, D., France, R, & Rumpe, B., 2002) Lecture at IT University of Copenhagen Being agile in the real world | November 11/


Agile 2006. אז מה היה לנו ? Introductory Lectures Tracks:  Hands-on  Discovery Sessions  Tutorials  Research Papers  Experience Reports  Educators.

on the Impact of Customer Communication on Defects in Agile Software Development 9. Reflections on Reflection in Agile Software Development 10. Critical Personality Traits in Successful Pair Programming 11. What Lessons Can the Agile Community Learn from a Maverick Fighter Pilot? RP: Reflections on Reflection in Agile Software Development Reflections on Reflection in Agile Software Development This paper analyzes the reflections of an agile team, developing a large-scale project in an industry setting The/


A Case for Agile Development

project goes on, adapting better to the team that uses it. Agile Processes Introduction to Agile Methodology Agile Communication Agile Manifesto Impact of Agile on Requirements Principles & Practices Agile Communication Sweet Spots Self Adaptation Specific Methods XP Crystal Welcome to Agile Techniques What Agile processes try to avoid: Manifesto for Agile Software Development We are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it. Through this work we/


Agile Software Development. I. Agile Software Development Agile software development is a group of software development methods based on iterative and.

statement of values, which has been termed the manifesto of the Agile Alliance. They then developed the 12 Principles of Agility. Manifesto for Agile Software Development “We are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it. Through this work we/upward spiral of process inflation is culpable for at least some of this failure. The principles and values of agile software development were formed as a way to help teams break the cycle of process inflation, and to focus on /


Chapter 3 – Agile Software Development Lecture 1 1Chapter 3 Agile software development.

customer chooses the stories for inclusion in the next release based on their priorities and the schedule estimates. 15Chapter 3 Agile software development A ‘prescribing medication’ story 16Chapter 3 Agile software development Examples of task cards for prescribing medication 17Chapter 3 Agile software development Refactoring  Programming team look for possible software improvements and make these improvements even where there is no immediate need for them.  This improves the understandability of/


Agile Software Development: Evidence from the Field ©Alan MacCormack 2003 1 AGILE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT: EVIDENCE FROM THE FIELD Alan MacCormack

statement Overall product specification Detailed feature specification Coding Testing Stabilization feature set 1feature set 2feature set 3 Microsoft’s Milestone Build Process Source: Microsoft Office 2000, HBS Case, MacCormack 1999 Agile Software Development: Evidence from the Field ©Alan MacCormack 2003 18 Extending this Process Architecture design and overall specification Feature design Coding Integration/Test Stabilization Micro-project Vision User Feedback The Evolutionary Delivery/


Agile Software Development

(17) created a statement of values: termed the manifesto of the Agile Alliance. They then developed the 12 Principles of Agility. Manifesto for Agile Software Development “We are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it. Through this work we /upward spiral of process inflation is culpable for at least some of this failure. The principles and values of agile software development were formed as a way to help teams break the cycle of process inflation, and to focus on /


John E. Parker Chief Executive Officer of Enfocus Solutions Inc.

for HSHS (Large Healthcare System) EVP and Cofounder, Spectrum Consulting Group KPMG Partner Expertise Agile Development: Scrum and Kanban Lean Software Development IT Strategic Planning and Management Business Change Management IT Strategic Planning Business Analysis ROI and Financial/ very important to define and manage needed changes to business processes before starting on software development. All too often, Agile Teams define user stories for an antiquated business As-Is process versus for an optimized/


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to what customer wants. The end result would be very satisfactory. Agile software development is also a very dynamic, flexible cycle. In it, change is very encouraged.  As being agile is very useful, Agile Software Development is used by businesses. It basically reduces the time needed to develop software by being as simple as possible, making the software to become very light as well. This also makes the job of/


Lean & Agile Project Management

, and continuous integration Manage Queues/ Exploit Variability Perfection · Standups, retrospectives, and process improvements · Organization, project, and process adaptability/flexibility    Highsmith, J. A. (2002). Agile software development ecosystems. Boston, MA: Addison-Wesley. Larman, C., & Vodde, B. (2008). Scaling lean and agile development: Thinking and organizational tools for large-scale scrum. Boston, MA: Addison-Wesley. Womack, J. P., & Jones, D. T. (1996). Lean thinking: Banish waste and/


Formality, Agility, Security, and Evolution in Software Development Cody Ronning 2/16/2015.

formal requirements require highly trained people 12 Outline Introduction Challenges of software development Formal methods Agile methods Formal agility Security Evolution Conclusions 13 Agile methodology True agile – Many teams claiming to do agile software development are only adopting Scrum for project management – True agile is formally defined TDD Refactoring Pair programming Simple design 14 Agile development Individuals and interactions over process and tools Rapid response to change Requirements/


Business Value of Agile Methods

Has 14 practices, 10 roles, and 25 products Scalable family of techniques for critical systems Cockburn, A. (2002). Agile software development. Boston, MA: Addison-Wesley. Scrum Created by Jeff Sutherland at Easel in 1993 Has 5 practices, 3 roles, 5/to burn down backlog in 30-day iterations Schwaber, K., & Beedle, M. (2001). Agile software development with scrum. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall. Dynamic Systems Develop. Created by group of British firms in 1993 15 practices, 12 roles, and 23 work /


Agile Software Development Agile methods Plan-driven and agile development Extreme programming (XP) Agile project management Pair Programming Scrum Scaling.

Agile Software Development Agile methods Plan-driven and agile development Extreme programming (XP) Agile project management Pair Programming Scrum Scaling agile methods 1 Rapid software development Rapid development and delivery is now often the most important requirement for software systems – Businesses operate in a fast –changing requirement and it is practically impossible to produce a set of stable software requirements – Software has to evolve quickly to reflect changing business needs. Rapid /


Lean & Agile Project Management for Large Programs & Projects Dr. David F. Rico, PMP, CSM Website: LinkedIn:

face of volatility. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Highsmith, J. A. (2010). Agile project management: Creating innovative products. Boston, MA: Pearson Education. 9 Values of APM  Agile Manifesto (2001) focuses on collaboration  DOI (2005) focuses on creating business value  APM Values (2010) focus on all-around agility Agile Manifesto. (2001). Manifesto for agile software development. Retrieved March 21, 2010, from http://www.agilemanifesto.org DOI. (2005). Declaration/


Agile Methods - Enterprise v’s ISV Gary Short Senior Technologist Charteris Plc. 1.

? 3 Definition: Enterprise A group of inter- operating departments working together to form a single commercial entity. 4 Definition: ISV Companies making or selling software, usually in niche markets. 5 Definition: Agile Agile software development is a conceptual framework for undertaking software engineering projects that embraces and promotes evolutionary change throughout the entire life-cycle of the project. 6 In Other Words… Build Test Deploy Review/


INTRODUCTION Agile software development is a movement within a software development community away from the traditional methodologies and towards.

teams, however, do follow defined (and often very disciplined and rigorous) processes. Extreme Programming - One of the most used Agile method Extreme Programming (XP) is a software engineering methodology, the most prominent of several agile software development methodologies.software engineering methodologyagile software development Like other agile methodologies, Extreme Programming differs from traditional methodologies primarily in placing a higher value on adaptability than on predictability.Extreme/


Software Security 26, Feb. 2014 1 Research Topic Enhancing Agile Development Approach for Cloud-service Ecosystem Security and Dependability S. Hassan.

26, Feb. 2014 11 Today many software industries use agile development methods for developing software. Microsoft, one of the world wide popular software- company, also uses agile software development methods to build their applications (Microsoft, 2009). The reason for the broad usage of agile development methods by software industries refer to the flexibility of agile methods for developing today software systems. Agile development methods allow software developer to incorporate the new requirements into/


2. Software Life Cycle Models. Software Engineering Overview Software development in theory Iteration and incrementation Risks and other aspects of iteration.

number of new paradigms collectively referred to as agile processes Seventeen software developers (later dubbed the “Agile Alliance”) met at a Utah ski resort for two days in February 2001 and produced the Manifesto for Agile Software Development The Agile Alliance did not prescribe a specific life-cycle model Instead, they laid out a group of underlying principles Software Engineering Agile Processes Agile processes are a collection of new paradigms characterized/


Manifesto for Agile Software Development We are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it. Through this work we.

isnt it? I noticed your list of Project Success Factors includes #5: Agile Development. As in, Agile Software Development? JJ: Oh, absolutely! Im a big believer in Agile, having introduced the iterative process in the early 90s and followed with / teams Regular adaptation to changing circumstances The publishing of the manifesto spawned a movement in the software industry known as agile software development. In 2005, Alistair Cockburn and Jim Highsmith gathered another group of people — management experts,/


TriBITS Lifecycle Model : Version 1.0 Dr. Roscoe A. Bartlett, Ph.D. CASL Vertical Reactor Integration Software Engineering Lead Trilinos Software Engineering.

in [TEUCHOS_]TEST_FOR_EXCEPTION(…) macros. Bottom Line => Maintaining backward compatibility increases “technical debt” 34Managed by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy Presentation_name The Paradox of Backward Compatibility and Agile Development Agile software development: – Design changes as functionality is added and modified over multiple releases Emergent Design: Design changes as the domain is better understood and functionality is added. Continuous Refactoring: Keep “conceptual integrity/


Chapter 3 – Agile Software Development Lecture 2 1Chapter 3 Agile software development.

not necessarily inefficient and there is evidence that a pair working together is more efficient than 2 programmers working separately. 8Chapter 3 Agile software development Agile project management  The principal responsibility of software project managers is to manage the project so that the software is delivered on time and within the planned budget for the project.  The standard approach to project management is plan-driven. Managers/


Microsoft Solution Framework for Agile Software Development Workshop April 18 th & 20 th, 2006.

& 20 th, 2006 Goal of this workshop Helps you to better understanding the MSF for Agile Software Development methodology Helps you to evaluate the adoption of MSF for Agile Software Development methodology What will be the take-away for this workshop? Understanding the relationship between –Microsoft Solution Framework –Agile Software Development –MSF for Agile Software Development –Visual Studio Team System Run through each of the tracks and work streams –Go through each/


0 Introduction to Agile. 1 1 Agenda Introduction to Agile Early examples of agile projects.

Draft - Last Modified 10/20/2010 7:57:24 AM Printed 5/18/2010 8:28:55 AM And in 2001, 17 prominent developers gathered in Snowbird Utah to declare the “Agile Manifesto” “We are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it. Through the work we have come to value: ▪ Individuals and interactions over processes and tools/


Chapter 3 – Agile Software Development 1Chapter 3 Agile software development.

Chapter 3 – Agile Software Development 1Chapter 3 Agile software development Topics covered  Agile Development  Extreme Programming Methodology  Pair Programming 2Chapter 3 Agile software development Rapid software development  Rapid development and delivery is now often the most important requirement for software systems  Businesses operate in a fast –changing requirement and it is practically impossible to produce a set of stable software requirements  Software has to evolve quickly to reflect /


© 2009-2010 Leffingwell, LLC. Scaling Software Agility: Best Practices for Large Enterprises By Dean Leffingwell September, 2010 (Rev 9 (9_10)

JP Morgan, AOL Boeing, Comcast, PayPal, EDS, Emerson, Fidelity… © 2009-2010 Leffingwell, LLC. Agile Methods  Adaptive Software Development (Highsmith)  Crystal Methods (Cockburn)  Dynamic System Development Method (Faulkner et al)  Feature Driven Development (Coad & DeLuca)  Lean Software Development (Poppendiecks)  SCRUM (Schwaber, Beebe, Sutherland)  Extreme Programming (XP) (Beck, Gamma)  Iterative/Agile – RUP and Open Unified Process (Jacobson, Kruchten, Royce, Kroll) 12 © 2009-2010 Leffingwell/


1 Staffordshire UNIVERSITY School of Computing Slide: 1 Prototyping Agile Software Development 2 Agile Methods and Software Architectures.

of Utah, 17 people met to talk, ski, relax and try to find common ground. What emerged was the Agile Software Development Alliance.  Manifesto for Agile Software Development: We are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it.  This produced Agile Values and Agile Principles See for example: www.agilemanifesto.org www.ambysoft.com/essays/agileManifesto.html www.agilemanifesto.org www.ambysoft.com/essays/


Agile Software Development An Alternate Approach Umar K. Munroe MSCS Candidate Union College 1/9/2004.

development Iterative, incremental development Iterative, incremental development Provides flexibility, responsiveness Provides flexibility, responsiveness Agile Alliance In 2001, software industry experts formed the Agile Alliance In 2001, software industry experts formed the Agile Alliance Goals: Goals: Outline values and principles of agile software development Outline values and principles of agile software development Promote agile software development in industry Promote agile software development/


INNOV-9: Adventures in Development Methodologies there’s no subtitle like a good subtitle Gus Björklund Wizard, Progress Software Corporation.

your results  Read this: “Scrum and XP from the Trenches”, Henrik Kniberg www.crisp.se/henrik.kniberg/ScrumAndXpFromTheTrenches.pdf © 2007 Progress Software Corporation 63 INNOV-9: Adventures in Development Methodologies Homework  Books “The Mythical Man Month”, Fred Brooks “Scaling Software Agility”, Dean Leffingwell “Agile Software Development”, Alistair Cockburn  Paper “Chief Programmer Team Management of Production Programming”, F.T. Baker, IBM Systems Journal, Vol 11, No 1, 1972/


Working in Chaos & Complexity for Success May 11-14, 2009 Richard M. Wallace Agile Development Methods in Current Environments.

it were a production phase which leads to overruns as shown by the historical record –This is a root problem with “agile” methods –This has been noted as Fr-”agile” in the literature Agile Software Development is done using a defined process framework –Some Agile Methodologies, like Scrum, have been very prescriptive and lay down rigid practices as “rules of the game” Complexity Interrelationships 1 Scale/


May, 2004William (Bill) Myers1 Agile Methodologies and Chaos Revisited William (Bill) Myers Cinergy Corporation Information Builders Summit 2004 User Conference.

management Scrum ( broadest, variable end-point ) DSDM Model ( construction oriented ) Lean Development (domain, 80/20 approach ) Feature-Driven Development - FDD (most structured) Adaptive Extreme Programming – XP Programming oriented Extreme Programming - XP »Customer Stories, programs, working conditions Agile reporting ( core & option ) May, 2004 Page 14William (Bill) Myers Agile Methodologies Agile Software Development Ecosystems Reference book & web site by Jim Highsmith http://www.jimhighsmith.com/


بسمه ‌ تعاليٰ. توسعه ‌ ي سريع نرم ‌ افزار تحقيق درس « مهندسي نرم ‌ افزار پيشرفته » استاد گرامي : دکتر ناصر نعمت ‌ بخش پژوهشگر : محسن مؤمني Agile Software.

Design with Applications”, 2d ed., 1998, Addison-Wesley. منابع و مأخذ Dubinsky, Y. and Hazzan, O., “Roles in Agile Software Development Teams”, Technion, Israel, 2004. Highsmith, J., “What Is Agile Software Development?”,CMM, 2002. Szalvay, V., “An Introduction to Agile Software Development”, DANUBE, 2004 (http://www.danube.com )http://www.danube.com Cohen, D. and et al., “Agile Software Development (A DACS State- of-the-Art Report)”, 2004, Draft Version, DACS. Kalermo, J. and Rissanen/


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