The number of Agile software development projects is very large and, continually, on the rise.
While different Agile development teams choose different Agile approaches, usually, there is a common question they are faced with: how much time should be devoted by an Agile development team to the planning of their Agile process?Read More
The Agile methodologies are known to provide a range of effective means for the management of enterprise software projects, and they are used by a large number of R &D teams, engaged in the development of major-scale software development projects.
What approaches can allow one to use these methodologies more gainfully and what are the fallacies that prevent one from doing so?Read More
As a rule, enterprise applications comprise several interacting functional modules. They support extended and intricate workflows, are developed by multiple development teams and integrated with multiple other apps. All this makes testing such applications highly demanding and complicated.
However, there are several testing approaches and techniques that can help one mitigate the related risks.Read More
5 Ways to Drive One’s Agile Enterprise Software Project into Ground, and How to Prevent This Happening
The Agile methodologies are often used to implement enterprise software development projects. However, the normally large scale of these projects creates the need to mitigate the Agile-related risks even more thoroughly.
While a lot has been said about the Project Management practices that help reduce Agile-related risks, some of the potential problem areas are seldom, if ever, spoken about.Read More
Enterprise software development is an extremely knowledge-intensive area, which requires a synergy of a diverse number of skills and competences for a project to succeed.
Despite a large part of this knowledge having been formalized and made widely available, some of the very important nuances still have to be picked up by software vendors empirically. This adds a lot of value to one's relevant hands-on experience, while, simultaneously, making it harder for businesses to control their software development contractors.Read More