Tag Archives: iteration

Lines of Sight

ARE YOU A DEVELOPMENT, PROJECT, OR TEST MANAGER? DO YOU BELIEVE YOUR PROJECT IS UNDER CONTROL? LET ME ASK YOU A FEW SIMPLE QUESTIONS. When will the system-platform-service be accepted? Really? How do you know? How many more test cycles should we plan for? No... I mean exactly? Are the client's needs satisfied? Prove it. […]

Agile Hallmarks

Summarized below are several of the key characteristics shared by every successful agile project. For some methodologies these correspond exactly with individual practices, whereas for other methodologies there is a looser correspondence. 1. Releases and Fixed-Length Iterations Agile methods have two main units of delivery: releases and iterations. A release consists of several iterations, each […]