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Crosstalk : The Journal of Defense Software Engineering, October 2002; Volume 15, Issue 10 : Agile Software Development: Agile Software Development

By Bowers, Pamela

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Title: Crosstalk : The Journal of Defense Software Engineering, October 2002; Volume 15, Issue 10 : Agile Software Development: Agile Software Development  
Author: Bowers, Pamela
Volume: Volume 15, Issue 10
Language: English
Subject: Government, Technology, Software Development
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection, CrossTalk Journal Collection
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2002
Publisher: Usaf Software Technology Support Center

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Alistair Cockburn, Mark C. Paulk, John Manzo, Paul E. Mcmahon, Pamela Bowers, Gordon Sleve, Rich Mccabe, Michael Polen, David Kane, Steve Ornbur, J. H. (2002). Crosstalk : The Journal of Defense Software Engineering, October 2002; Volume 15, Issue 10 : Agile Software Development. Retrieved from http://cn.ebooklibrary.org/


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Description: In answering this fundamental question, this article looks at a sampler of agile methodologies, an agile case story, and a look at the future; part one of this two-part series describes how cost- and plan-driven projects can borrow from agile software development to improve their strategies and hedge against surprises; this article summarizes and critiques the compatibility of agile methodologies with plan-driven methodologies as described by the capability Maturity Model for Software; this article includes real-world insights from developers applying a tailored version of eXtreme Programming and a quantitative measure of its effectiveness since its inception; learn how adaptive techniques and small informal teams inside large organizations can complement a formal organizational process focus; this report summarizes what speakers said agile software development is and is not; this author was developing software solutions using agile methods before he realized there was such a methodology.

Summary
Summary: CrossTalk, The Journal of Defense Software Engineering, is an approved U.S. Department of Defense journal. CrossTalk's mission is to encourage the engineering development of software in order to improve the reliability, sustainability, and responsiveness of our warfighting capability and to inform and educate readers on up-to-date policy decisions and new software engineering technologies.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Agile Software Development: What Is Agile Software Development?; by Jim Highsmith. In answering this fundamental question, this article looks at a sampler of agile methodologies, an agile case story, and a look at the future -- Learning From Agile Software Development--Part One; by Alistair Cockburn. Part one of this two-part series describes how cost- and plan-driven projects can borrow from agile software development to improve their strategies and hedge against surprises -- Agile Methodologies and Process Discipline; by Mark C. Paulk. This article summarizes and critiques the compatibility of agile methodologies with plan-driven methodologies as described by the Capability Maturity Model for Software -- Odyssey and Other Code Science Success Stories; by John Manzo. This article includes real-world insights from developers applying a tailored version of eXtreme Programming and a quantitative measure of its effectiveness since its inception -- Software Engineering Technology: Integrating Systems and Software Engineering: What Can Large Organizations Learn From Small Start-Ups?; by Paul E. McMahon. Learn how adaptive techniques and small informal teams inside large organizations can complement a formal organizational process focus -- Highpoints From the Agile Software Development Forum; by Pamela Bowers. This report summarizes what speakers said agile software development is and is not -- Open Forum: Agile Before Agile Was Cool; by Gordon Sleve. This author was developing software solutions using agile methods before he realized there was such a methodology -- Online Article: Should You Be More Agile?; by Rich McCabe and Michael Polen -- Agile Development:Weed or Wildflower?; by David Kane and Steve Ornburn.

 
 



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