agile methodology

Hands-on agile training is the surest way for teams to gain the theoretical and practical knowledge to implement the methodology correctly, while also delivering business value while they learn. Imagine learning to play baseball in the way many enterprises learn agile. You assemble nine people in a room, spend eight or 16 hours reviewing the current Major League Baseball rulebook and then tell the “team” to go out and have a winning season. There is no chance that would work. As soon as the team leaves the safe, theoretical classroom environment, they will immediately have both technical questions, “What’s the…

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In software development there are two methodologies that are widely used to guide a project’s planning and execution; Agile and Waterfall. The Waterfall method breaks everything up into sections and runs in sequential order, beginning with project requirements, followed by the design phase, then development, and finally testing and debugging. By the end of this process, the project should be completed and the software ready to deploy. These individual sections can often take months or even years to complete before moving on to the next section. The Agile method, although similar in order, allows for continual deployment of shippable software…

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