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AGILE Development Group 2 1501147113 KEVIN 1501148362 STEVEN EKAPUTRANTO 1501149226 RENDY WINARTA 1501158893 STEFANY TRIFOSA 1501165476 GLADYS NATALIA
AGILE Development Background Business nowadays wants to give a fast, nimble respond and result in order to improve customer’s satisfaction. Agile is also about getting closer 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 the developer/programmer becomes easier, which is another plus point.
AGILE Development Module scopes covers: What Is The Definition of Agile Development What are the advantages by using Agile Methodology Development in system What are the disadvantages by using Agile Methodology Development in system How many step in developing Agile Development and what are they (with examples) What are the differences between Agile Development and Rapid Development Goals and Benefit In this method, writers perform these stages: Literature study is a methodology that searching for relevant theory or references which support the case or problem. References can be found by using guide books, research and journal in internet.
AGILE Development Goals Purpose of creating this paper is to meet the requirements for doing thesis and to obtain value and grade for this course (“Topik Topik Lanjutan Sistem Informasi”). Benefits Reader understands about what is Agile System Development. Reader aware of the advantages and disadvantages of Agile Development. Reader can differentiate between Agile Development and Rapid Application Development
AGILE Development Agile Development is a philosophy and set of guidelines for developing software in an unknown, rapidly changing situation ( System Analysis and Design in a changing world p.671 by Satzinger) Agile Methodology is a philosophy about how to build models, some of which are formal and detailed and other sketchy and minimal. Agile Development methodology consist of 3 : Extreme Programming methodology Scrum methodology UP methodology
Agile Development methodology Extreme Programming is an adaptive, agile development methodology that was created in the mid-1990s by attempt to take the best practices of software development and extend them “to the extreme”. Scrum is another adaptive development methodology, a truly empirical process control approach to developing software. Agile Unified Process is simplified development methodology for RUP in an agile context.
AGILE Development Advantages Advantages Agile create software team to increase teamwork between individual in team which is the success key of a project. Tools utilization in software development created as effective as possible. Documentation in software development made as effective and brief as possible, so the information in that document really useful for development team. Involved customer in development process, so from customer’s feedback, development team can do improvement in software. Good software design in Agile concept, build a flexible software that adapt existed business process, so the programmer found no difficulty in take improvement in software.
AGILE Development Disdvantages Agile Development methodology would be difficult to run if the user (in CPPIB case is the developer team) is a newbie of Agile itself or currently running another method of development such as Waterfall which causing the user need to readapt and change the whole concept of development. Agile development works well only for small to medium sized teams Due to the number of iterations involved it would be difficult to understand the current project status. This approach requires highly motivated and skilled individuals which would not always be existent.
Rapid Application Development Rapid application development (RAD) is an incremental software development process model that emphasizes an extremely short development cycle. (Software Engineering: a practitioner’s approach p.32 by Roger S.Pressman ) It is very similar to Agile Development, but there are differences in it (discussed later).
RAPID VS AGILE RAD = prototypes, reduced features, rich requirements gathering. Agile = iterations. Using an agile methodologies is means that we still use other processes around it, documentation, system and user acceptance testing, deployment processes to improve more development. Traditionally the rapid application development approach involves compromises in usability, features, and/or execution speed.
Conclusion of Agile Development Agile Development is a philosophy and set of guidelines for developing software. A philosophy about how to build models Agile development offers a lightweight framework and significantly reducing the overall risk associated with software development. Agile development accelerates the delivery of initial business value. Easily adapting to change requirements throughout the process
Suggestions of Agile Development Agile Development is not ready for automated testing Hard to get buy-in. We suggest that everyone must involved in a project to understand how they and their colleagues can work and mitigate risk Agile development are designed to produce the software the user want, therefore all the stakeholders must be involved in the development process from the start to prevent any mistake.