Lesson 03: What is Agile? Development processes
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- Iterative Development chapter in DSDM handbook - It explains alternatives in iterative development.
- Software Extension to the PMBOK® Guide - If you’re familiar with the PMBOK Guide, this extension helps you understand how to use it in IT development, and to understand iterative and incremental development. Members can download the books for free.
- We are completing components of the software step by step. Are we Agile?
- Which of the following is the main target in Agile?
- Business value for the supplier
- Business value for the customer
- Business value for the end-users
- What’s the difference between “sprint” and “iteration”?
- We create real increments in our project, but we don’t release them until the end of the project. Are we still Agile?
- What’s the main difference between unreleased increments and releases?
- What’s the rule in Crystal Clear about releases?
- What’s the right definition of Agile? What’s PRINCE2 Agile’s definition of Agile?
- What’s the Cargo Cult? I’m kidding, you don’t need to answer this ;)
- No; you need to create the “functions” or “features” incrementally, instead of components. There should be something you can demonstrate to the customer and end-users.
- It’s all about the end-users. When you satisfy them, the customer will eventually be happy, and the supplier will be successful.
- Nothing. “Sprint” is the Scrum term for “iteration”.
- Yes, you can be. You’re not getting all the benefits of Agile though.
- The audience:
- unreleased increments: customer and representatives from the end-users
- releases: end-users (and also the customer)
- At least one release every 3 months.
- Agile is the use of an adaptive development lifecycle. PRINCE2 Agile knows Agile as the use of commonly known Agile behaviors and practices.
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