Methodology must be adapted, every developer must understand their part in the whole and architecture issues are key – these are three conclusions that Ericsson have reached from their experience of running large-scale Lean & Agile projects.
Lisa Crispin is an Agile testing practitioner and coach as well as the author of the book Agile Testing. In this article she explains the nuts and bolts of Agile testing to Kristoffer Nordström of Softhouse.
”It’s all about promoting an efficient way of working where focus on headcount is dropped to the benefit of flexibility in the working teams.” For several years, Softhouse has been promoting the ideas around payment for actual deliverables rather than spent hours. About a year ago – in the summer […]
The attendees of the 2007 QCon and the Øresund Agile 2007 conference could see how XP in general, and Test-Driven Development in particular came under heavy bombardment by the well known Agile profile Jim Coplien. Lean Magazine contacted the nowadays Elsinore-based software professor, currently working as an Agile Coach for […]
Bent Jensen is director and consultant at the Danish Agile Consulting firm BestBrains, a company that is primarily helping software companies implement faster and more effective ways to do software, with a Lean and Agile foundation. What do you see as the benefits of Agile/Lean? Agile/Lean is in my view […]