The Agile-scrum methodology is an iterative and incremental agile software development framework for managing product development. It’s one of the leading agile development methodology – a feedback-driven empirical approach which is, like all empirical process control, is used for complex work where more is unknown than is known and predictions have little value given a high rate of change and uncertainty.
Waterfall Methodology for Software development, introduced in 1970 by Winston Royce, is the pioneer of the SDLC processes. In fact it was the first model which was widely used in the software industry. Despite many new models being introduced, the Waterfall methodology is still the dominant process model. Additionally it is important to learn the know-how of Waterfall model in order to fully understand the emergence of Agile development methodology.
Transitioning to Agile? Or looking for ways to improve your current agile practice? These 12 Agile Manifesto Principles are a set of guiding concepts.
Many Software development methodologies evolved over the years, but why do you think Agile development stuck? What made it so popular? Yeah, the Foundation! The Agile Manifesto was written in February of 2001 by seventeen independent-minded software practitioners. The Manifesto defines four Agile values and twelve principles which forms the foundation of the agile movement.
“The art of life is a constant readjustment to our surroundings” – being Agile! Let’s see why Agile Methodology is not just an approach, it’s an attitude.