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Did you know that the DOD has made it illegal to do waterfall? For the first time in many years, the Department of Defense (DOD) in the United States had made a major update to its procurement rules.
Thousands of people have tried their hand at pairing in a wide range of circumstances. Some swear by the practice and feel as if something is missing when they must work solo. Others are convinced pairing is pure waste and cannot possibly yield good results. Both opinions are informed by real-world experience. What specific differences in these situations resulted in such radically different outcomes?
Enterprise organizations are beginning to buy in to agile techniques outside of their development teams, to gain company-wide benefits from being agile. Enterprises require scale, and with that scale comes process. But big questions remain unanswered...
Agile development--because you are building working software faster and delivering it incrementally--forces development teams to face a common, fundamental problem: how to balance the work of developing new software with the need to support a system that is already being used in production, whether it’s the legacy system that you're replacing, or the system that you are still building--and sometimes both.
Two experts explain how businesses can take the pain out of IT change by ensuring the quality of their IT architecture and taking a more agile approach to managing transition.
The theoretical underpinnings of agile methods emphasize regular reflection as a means to sustainable development pace and continuous learning, but in practice, high iteration pressure can diminish reflection opportunities.
Over the past two years, something has begun to shift--both in and outside of agile.
There is a huge world of difference between Enterprise Agile and Agile Enterprise. They are both valuable and accomplish very different things.
Read about the most controversial concept in agile delivery.