Topic: agile

From the Editors: Microsoft 3.0

Ray Ozzie’s tenure as chief software architect was a mixed bag; agile leaders, give your developers a long leash … continue reading

For agile success, leaders must let teams loose

Agile experts emphasize that a good leader directs the team without dominating the members … continue reading

Continuous integration: Not just for agile anymore

Organizations are gleaning good things from continuous integration even if they are using slower methodologies … continue reading

Guest View: Customer confidence hinges on agile schedules

Customers are expecting companies to adopt agile release patterns while maintaining excellent customer support … continue reading

Requirements: How much is enough?

Developers haggle over how much requirements are needed, especially in the face of agile’s growing influence … continue reading

The what—and why—of going agile

Advice for switching to the agile methodology can be summed up like this: “Look before you leap.” … continue reading

It’s time to change… but how?

Don’t be intimidated by changing times; there are ways you can alter your business practices to keep pace … continue reading

A road map in agile product planning

VersionOne adds visual layout features to its Ultimate Edition project management software … continue reading

Zeichick’s Take: Thinking big—as in big projects

Can agile processes, which are good for small and medium-sized projects, handle the kind of projects that mainframes take on? … continue reading

Industry Watch: Continuous delivery

The latest trend in software development processes pushes the concept of continuous integration even further … continue reading

ThoughtWorks Studios unveils new release management platform

Go is an upgrade from the company’s Cruise solution, now enabling “continuous delivery” of software … continue reading

The Design of Design

Andrew Binstock sits down with Fred Brooks to discuss the issues facing software design teams today … continue reading

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