sábado, 21 de abril de 2012

What agile teams think about agile principles
by Laurie Williams - Communications of the ACM 04/2012 vol.55

In the mid-1990s, the prescribed means of keeping software development projects out of trouble and on schedule was to follow a heavyweight software development methodology consisting of a complete requirements document, including architecture and design, followed by coding and testing based on a thorough test plan. The philosophy was often summarized as “Do it right the first time.” Common belief among software engineers at the time was that projects run into trouble when they do not strictly adhere to a methodology, and, if only they did, all would be well. In reality, all was rarely well.

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