Lately I have been plunged back into an extreme waterfall project and it is eating away at my soul. Don’t get me wrong. I don’t really...
0 replies - 1751 views - 06/24/13 by Tim Murphy in Articles
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Thomas Bayes lived from 1701 to 1761. Apart from his life in the Presbyterian church as a minister, he contributed something lasting to...
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Back on October 12 (2010), I had the privilege of seeing Michele Sliger do a presentation titled “Hello Agile, Goodbye Scope Creep“.
In it, she...
0 replies - 1766 views - 10/26/10 by Derek Huether in News
Four Reasons Medical Device Companies need agile development
The waterfall style of development is so deeply engrained into the culture of medical companies...
1 replies - 4502 views - 10/22/10 by Mike Dobbles in Articles
I kind of enjoy it when people get all in a huff over which soda is
the best. It's bad enough they can't even decide what to call it. Is it
soda, pop, or...
0 replies - 2425 views - 09/29/10 by Derek Huether in Articles
We saw in the previous articles the main differences between
agile and waterfall. In this last article we are going to take a deeper look focusing
1 replies - 28148 views - 07/19/10 by Alberto Gutierrez in Articles
A few years back, when my wife and I still had enough free time to do
our home remodeling ourselves, we gutted our kitchen and rebuilt it
0 replies - 2924 views - 07/16/10 by Peter Schuh in News
Often when I introduce Kanban to teams that are just getting familiar
with Scrum, one of the first comments I'll get is... it looks a lot like
1 replies - 2823 views - 06/17/10 by Mike Cottmeyer in News
We saw in the
previous article the main differences between
agile and waterfall. In the
following articles we are going to take a deeper look...
3 replies - 20054 views - 06/15/10 by Alberto Gutierrez in Articles
been a lot of discussion lately regarding which approach to software
development is better; some may say Waterfall, some may say Agile. The...
29 replies - 41253 views - 06/02/10 by Alberto Gutierrez in Articles
The agile crowd always bashes waterfall. It's silly. It's dumb. It's
guaranteed to fail. But waterfall is responsible for most of the
6 replies - 7573 views - 05/14/10 by Jared Richardson in Articles
There’s so much room for observations and analogies in the evolution
of production trends. Analogies are not merely a candy for the brain.
0 replies - 2013 views - 03/15/10 by Olga Kouzina in News
A new study by Forrester Research showed that nearly half of its developer and IT professional respondents use agile methods. The study is indicative of the...
2 replies - 5763 views - 01/25/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
Mark Lines is a Co-founder of Unified Process Mentors who also works on IBM's worldwide advisory board for methods. He's familiar with almost every flavor of...
0 replies - 2393 views - 01/08/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles