Applying agile in the large doesn’t require a specific framework, it only requires taking the agile values and principles seriously. See how this can be done in a truly agile way, meaning being adaptive, flexible, responsive, and nimble. Enjoy insights in the book shared by Joshua Kerievsky (author of Refactoring to Patterns and Creator of ModernAgile), Diana Larsen (co-author of Agile Retrospectives and Liftoff, Co-Creator of the Agile Fluency(TM) Model), David Hussman (known as the Dude), Dierk Koenig (co-author of Groovy in Action), Stefan Roock (co-author of the German books Agile Unternehmen, Agile Verträge, and Scrum verstehen und erfolgreich einsetzen), and Nicolai Josuttis (author of The C++ Standard Library and co-author of C++ Templates). Agile or „lightweight“ processes have revolutionized the software development industry. They’re faster and more efficient than traditional software development processes. They enable developers to embrace requirement changes during the project, deliver working software in frequent iterations, and focus on the human factor in software development. Unfortunately, most agile processes are designed for small or mid-sized software development projects–bad news for large teams that have to deal with rapid changes to requirements. That means all large teams!
With Agile Software Development in the Large, Jutta Eckstein–a leading speaker and consultant in the agile community–shows how to scale agile processes to teams of 1 to 300. In fact, the same techniques are also relevant to teams of ten or more developers, especially within large organizations.
Agile Software Development in the Large – Diving Into the Deep
Jutta Eckstein, Braunschweig 2004-2022
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