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Agile Development News

securityFake Agile at DoD Risks National Security

The Department of Defense (DoD) has recently released the DIB Guide: Detecting Agile BS, with the goal of helping people determine fake Agile projects. The guide highlights several flags that should make it easy to detect Agile BS: software developers who don't talk to users, teams who utilize manual processes, and so on.

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integrationClarizen Introduces Integration with JIRA

Clarizen has built a robust, scalable bi-directional service which enables users of both systems to share information and data in a transparent way. The service can be triggered manually, or it can be fired up by a scheduled pooling mechanism. This JIRA integration has been built as a SaaS solution, so it doesn't require any software installation.

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scaleFour Essential Elements of Agile at Scale

Agile principles have started to be adopted by various IT departments, helping improve other business functions. The movement, which was named "Agile at scale", aims to help businesses grow by making IT companies respond faster to the constantly growing industry needs. Agile at scale helps businesses face new challenges effectively.

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Agile Development Articles

Discover the basics of Agile, Scrum and Kanban. Find out why working with an Agile software development team will help you get the project done faster, while minimizing its costs.


Agile Manifesto's Principles Explained

The manifesto which includes the 12 Principles of Agile Software Development has been published almost two decades ago, but all the information is still valid today. Let's go through each principle and explain it using layman's words and concepts.

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Understanding Scrum Software Development

Scrum is a subset of Agile software development, a strategy that helps developers deliver fully functional software products. Just like with a rugby scrum, developers work together to address complex issues. Everything starts with a product backlog.

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Making Sense of Kanban

Just like Scrum, Kanban is a methodology which helps members of the development team work together efficiently. Kanban uses four basic principles:

1. Start with what you do now. Don't disrupt what's working now!

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Agile Development Stats

Percentage of people and companies who use Agile-based approaches, planning tools and methodologies. Sources: Data Alliance, Targetprocess