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Agile Development 1 cs2340:Agile Development Spring 2009
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Agile Development 2 In the beginning was…. The Waterfall
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Agile Development 3 Software Development Life Cycles Conceptual Model Waterfall, Evolutionary Prototyping, Spiral, Staged Delivery, etc. Management of Risk Sequence of Activities
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Agile Development 4 Two Ways to Build a Pyramid (John Mayo-Smith)
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Ag ile  De ve lo pm e nt 5 Thus was born Agile Individuals and Interactions over process and tools Working software over comprehensive documentation Customer Collaboration over contract negotiation Responding to Change over following a plan
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Agile Development 6 Iterative Delivery Project divided in pieces called iterations At end of iteration something is delivered No schedule slip (timeboxing) Each iteration nominally 4 weeks
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Agile Development 7 DANGER DANGER WILL ROBINSON
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Ag ile  De ve lo pm e nt 8 Some Agile Processes SCRUM Extreme Programming EVO RUP Dx
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Agile Development 9 Industry Estimation
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Agile Development 10 SCRUM Focuses mainly on management of software products Timeboxed iterations called sprints Project planned through use of 2 spreadsheets (Product and Sprint) Daily Meeting (Pigs and Chickens) Each sprint ends with “ready” deliverable
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Agile Development 11
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Ag ile  De ve lo pm e nt 12 SCRUM
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Agile Development 13 The Standup Meeting
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2009 for the course CS 2340 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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