Successful digital transformation has a major impact on software development itself. Embracing more agile, collaborative strategies aided by the latest tools enables developers to be far more efficient. However, pursuing digital transformation is not a guarantee of success by itself.
Through the principles of Agile, software development adapts to change and enables teams to deliver a better customer experience. There are many reasons for Agile adoption. However, these three reasons support Agile for digital platforms and product development.
Scaling existing systems is hard. Scaling existing systems while also introducing new applications that need to be imminently scaled nationwide can feel impossible. This article examines some of the challenges that stand between Dev and Ops and closer cooperation and how to combat them.
Whether it’s a faster turn for development, more robust products or a delighted customer base—the benefits of Agile are there for organizations to realize. Learn how to curb your technical debt, close out your initial Agile-baed projects and know when your teams are “done”.
It’s important, with Agile, to attain the right level of flexibility, run effective standups and Scrums, and take short sprints. This post focuses on what happens after liftoff: Best practices for actually running Agile within an enterprise. Ready to bring the concept down to earth? Let’s make it real.
The Agile methodology began nearly 20 years ago, with the Manifesto for Agile Software Development. Since then, Agile become has been adopted by most successful software development organizations, especially those competing on “internet time.” What are the best Agile practices?
A team must be agile if they are to drive such innovation and still be effective and disruptive in a challenging environment. These key attributes will ultimately push organisations towards their digital transformation and long-term goals
Digital.ai conducted its 14th Annual State of Agile Report, along with a survey addendum to reflect the current 2020 landscape. See what Agile methodologies and tools are currently trending and continue onwards on your Agile journey.
This article looks at the best ways to keep your corporate network secure and agile during the Coronavirus pandemic. And while mainly written with DevOps managers in mind, there are also plenty of key points for remote working developers to think about – after all, we need to support one another as a team during these tough times!
No one can accurately predict where software development is headed, but we can make some educated guesses using trends and data. Let’s see what 2020 looks like and where we might be headed in terms of remote work, tools, tech, and agile methodologies.
Although agile efforts are commonplace, many development teams are falling short in their efforts. In 2019, many teams are just beginning to learn how to test. But in 2020, they need to shift focus and start testing in order to learn. Observability will become a priority in the future of DevOps and agile development and will enable a more rapid and efficient cycle.
Content management systems are suffering from stagnant, legacy systems that were not built with a modern, agile, API-driven approach. To keep up with the competitive demand for digital products, more and more organizations are adopting a continuous development and delivery model and cuts down on development time and long dev cycles.
The journey to becoming Agile can sometimes be tricky. In this article, discover nine critical success factors that make Agile metrics work for teams. What questions should you and your team be asking yourself in order to focus on self-improvement, reliability, efficiency, and high-quality code delivery?