Organizational patterns of agile software development by James O. Coplien, Neil B. Harrison
Organizational patterns of agile software development James O. Coplien, Neil B. Harrison ebook
Publisher: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 0131467409, 9780131467408
You see this with organizations that want to become agile, but they seem to have a hard time clearly expressing why they would undertake the changes necessary to transform into an agile organization. Chamber the I've been looking at the world from a holistic systems and interdisciplinary viewpoint for a while now and from such a perspective agile software development has always been a complex adaptive system. Ø Demonstrated proficiency with Unit Testing, UML, Design Patterns, Object Oriented Design, MVC patterns. And of course the information from the agile team is much more volatile. It's important to develop plans to deal with these issues as soon as possible as they quickly become barriers to throughput. Tool support can become a huge constraint. Lean and agile development is all about flowing value to the customer. Start Small – has been de facto, but less so these days, cheaper, good for those on the fence as to whether to commit, it's slow; All In – it's over quickly, no organizational dissonance of having two systems at once, risky, costly, usually requires a Patterns of Agile Expansion. He worked with Sutherland to formulate the initial versions of the Scrum development process and, since then, has helped numerous product and IT organizations implement, run projects, and build products using Scrum and Agile processes. Bas shares his experiences on working in, consulting and coaching companies to adopt Scrum for large scale software development. (3) The Governance Process Breaks Our waterfall projects are providing status reports based on task completion, spend and utilisation; our agile projects are providing data based on working software, risk and value realisation. This pattern I call the 'Silver Bullet' pattern. Ø Demonstrated proficiency with Agile software development principles.