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We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies. Dispatched from the UK in 3 business days When will my order arrive? Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Agile and Iterative Development: Description Agipe and lzrman methods have emerged as the most popular approaches to software development, and with good reason.

Research examined and cited in detail within this book wnd that iterative methods reduce the risk of failure, compared to traditional models of development. This book is an efficient introduction for both managers and practitioners that need a distilled and carefully organized learning aid for the hands-on practices from planning to requirements to testing and the values that define these methods. The author also provides evidence of the value of switching to agile and iterative methods.

By studying this book, the reader will learn to apply the key vevelopment in agile and iterative development, the details and comparison of four influential iterative methods Scrum, Extreme Programming, Evo, and the Unified Processanswers to frequently asked questions, and important related management skills. The book’s goal is quality information that can be quickly understood and applied.


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Other books in this series. Agile Software Requirements Dean Leffingwell.

Agile Project Management Jim Highsmith. Lean Software Development Mary Poppendieck. Agile and Iterative Development Craig Larman. Agile Software Development Alistair Cockburn.

Agile and Iterative Development: A Manager’s Guide

Collaboration Explained ,arman Tabaka. Scaling Software Agility Dean Leffingwell. Java Application Architecture Kirk Knoernschild. Agile Analytics Ken W. Beyond Requirements Kent J. Crystal Clear Alistair Cockburn. Managing Software Debt Chris Sterling. Sustainable Software Development Kevin Tate.

From lar,an case to successful implementation This is the definitive guide for managers and students to agile and iterative development methods: Using statistically significant research and large-scale case studies, noted methods expert Craig Larman presents the most convincing case ever made for iterative development.

Larman offers a concise, information-packed summary of the key ideas aigle drive all agile and iterative processes, with the details of four noteworthy iterative methods: Table of contents 1.

Software Is New Product Development. Evolutionary and Adaptive Development. Evolutionary and Adaptive Planning.


Agile and Iterative Development: A Manager’s Guide – Craig Larman – Google Books

The Most Common Mistake? Specific Iterative Evolutionary Methods. The Agile Manifesto and Principles. Embrace Communication and Feedback. Programming as If People Mattered. Simple Practices and Project Tools. Team as a Complex Adaptive System.

The Facts of Change on Software Projects. Key Motivations for Iterative Development.

Meeting develompent Requirements Challenge Iteratively. Problems with the Waterfall. Early Historical Project Evidence. Expert and Thought Leader Evidence. A Business Case for Iterative Development. The Historical Accident of Waterfall Validity?

Agile and Iterative Development : Craig Larman :

Workproducts, Roles, and Practices. Common Mistakes and Misunderstandings. He serves as Chief Scientist at Valtech, a global consulting and skills transfer company, where he has led the adoption of iterative and agile methods.

Larman also authored Applying UML and Patterns, the world’s best-selling text on object-oriented analysis and design, and iterative development. Book ratings by Goodreads. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book.