The pandemic forced all teams to be distributed. However independent of COVID, in fact, all teams face the challenges of diverse distances – temporal, geographical, cultural, lingual, political, historical, and more. Many forms of distance even affect developers in the same room. The goal of this book is to reconcile two mainstays of modern agility: the close collaboration agility relies on, and project teams distributed across different cities, countries, and continents.
Enjoy insights in the book shared by Ainsley Nies (Co-author of Liftoff), Daniel Karlstrom, David Hussman (known as the Dude), Debra Lavell (Training and Communications Manager at Intel Corp.), Joseph Pelrine (Agile Psychologist), Linda Rising (Co-author of More Fearless Change), Michael Kircher (CTO DATEV eG), Naresh Jain (Tech Startup Founder), and Nicolai Josuttis (author of The C++ Standard Library).
„[Eckstein] has covered the gamut of the common and uncommon challenges that teams encounter. This should be required reading for anyone involved in distributed agile development.“ ~Ken Pugh, author of Prefactoring.
In Agile Software Development with Distributed Teams, Jutta Eckstein asserts that, in fact, agile methods and the constant communication they require are uniquely capable of solving the challenges of distributed projects. Agility is responsiveness to change – in other words, agile practitioners maintain flexibility to accommodate changing circumstances and results. Iterative development serves the learning curve that global project teams must scale.
Agile Software Development with Distributed Teams: Staying Agile in a Global World
Jutta Eckstein, Braunschweig 2010-2022
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