In Part IV of his ongoing series on common sense software engineering, blogger Steve Naidamast shares some wisdom he’s accumulated regarding agile methodologies. Newsflash for the young guns out there: what you’re doing isn’t new or revolutionary.
In the third part of his common sense software engineering series, blogger Steve Naidamast takes us through risk analysis and the techniques you’ll need to estimate risk exposure, including a handy a risk exposure calculation.
The Waterfall method is still a process worth considering – a bold statement from blogger Steve Naidamast in his second essay on common sense software engineering, where he talks us through the need for good Requirements Analysis.
From waterfall to DevOps, there have been a multitude of movements that have strived to drive software programming efficiency forwards. But not all have been able to liberate developers from the pressure to deliver results faster.
Independent agile coach Rachel Davies examines the role of the agile coach.
We allow teams to fully define their own processes be they Scrum, XP, DSDM, Lean, Waterfall or some hybrid and then we allow them to regularly reflect on their processes, improve and change.
With JAX London Autumn Edition 2010 coming up, we take a look back at the Agile Day of the first ever JAX London.
The Agile Project Portfolio Scheduler (Apropos) has been open sourced. Apropos is an agile planning tool focused on large team […]
Later this month, the first ever JAX London conference will be held at Novotel London West. JAX London provides a platform for project managers, software developers and architects to learn about the latest Technology, Architecture and Agile Methodologies through technical presentations, tutorials and keynotes sessions presented by industry luminaries.