As you know, I delight in writing articles on the Agile environment. Why is that? Because I like to advise people about the methodology of software development. Agile is really a very flexible approach to all processes of software development. But even that is not really very flexible, it […]
Previously, we took a major problem with which organizations are faced in the implementation of Agile methodologies in companies. It was where the lack of competence of people when making decisions about how to manufacture, and who really has a lot to say about the finished product. Well first […]
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Here’s another article on human resource management. We will work in the efficiency aspect and introduce elements of discipline in Agile. Of course, some form of bracing is not harmful, if we do not then we fall from extreme to extreme. […]
Human Resource Management in Agile – Part 1
I think we all have been behind projects that were not successful. They can be both our own projects and projects for clients. This article is a continuation of risk management in projects related to Agile, but is an entirely different facet, […]
In the article The Evolution of a Technical Information Professional Keatron wrote about the development of each of us in information security is impossible to disagree with in that it takes place in this way. But in the case of persons employed in the production of software, to put […]
In this article, we will explore the business concerns of Agile methodologies in project management. Recently, I read an article by Chris Matts and Olav Maasen discussing the challenges Agile faces. Does Agile’s approach to project management in fact endanger the safety of an organization’s projects?
The authors believe that […]
After writing a recent article on the rapid introduction to Agile, I got an amazing response from readers, so the publisher and I decided to expand on the theme. Today we will examine how we can turn the idea into an efficient marketing strategy, as well as a set […]
This article will provide readers with an introduction to the statistical and dynamic analysis of code. However, before proceeding to analysis, we must first understand the concept of agile methodologies for code development. To begin, we’ll start with an exploration of agile/scrum methodology and how it plays into the […]