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Questions tagged [agile]

Agile software development is a group of software development methodologies based on iterative and incremental development, where requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing, cross-functional teams.

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Apply Agile to the letter [closed]

I often see Agile methodologies applied to the letter, some project managers use dogmas and do not question them. Can we say that Agile is first of all flexibility of application and freedom of ...
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Where to place non functional tasks in user story map

I am new with the user story map approach, I started with to compose the stories to be implemented from user perspective, and it seems very promising. However, I am not sure about the non-functional ...
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What semantics should be used when referring to waterfall and agile methodologies [closed]

I've just been involved in a debate regarding semantics of how to define approaches to the software development lifecycle. As far as I have been concerned, waterfall and agile are not methodologies, ...
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When should user stories be combined and separated? [closed]

As a school project, we are rolling out our initial set of user stories. Should a user story record the original idea from a user, without combining them or separate them? For example, John added ...
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Which methodologies use waterfall strategy and which use incremental strategy?

I know difference between waterfall and incremental strategies. But I'm somewhat confused because I see that there are methodologies which use incremental or iterative approach but I cannot see any ...
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Does the Product Backlog just consists out of User Stories in Agile Development? [closed]

As far as we know, the User Stories are the way a requirement is defined in bounded context with acceptance criteria. On the other hand, the Product Backlog enlists all requirements, i.e., new feature,...
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How to alleviate the development process through JIRA?

In our agile-scrum process, for each epic we are creating , we are creating automatically one user story that is related to that epic. From that user story, we are creating automatically too, 4 ...
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“Agile” process and discovery phases, how are they actually supposed to work? [closed]

So most companies i've been at say they are agile, but really aren't. I understand...it's hard to transition but I was put as the owner of the QA department in a small company and im really trying to ...
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What is the difference between Agile Modeling and the Agile Manifesto? [closed]

By searching for the different software development methods I found that there are two AM: Agile Modeling Agile Manifesto The problem is that I can't get the difference between them. If one is a ...
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Is there any type of development platforms for systems which have both electronic and mechanical components together with software components?

I am starting to work in a company. In this company, we have a set of products. These products are inherently related and have many shared functionalities and parts. Each of our products consists of a ...
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Advice on Feature Team Composition During Program Re-Org

I am coaching a client who is reorganizing their Program and could use some advice. Background: The client works for a large corporation with many different programs that all take their own approach ...
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Is there any good reason for not using the issue tracker 'properly'?

I am used to treating the issue tracker as a source of truth and an organisational memory. I use it to record what the issue is and what has been done towards resolving it. I consider this to be ...
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Does Agile (scrum) require one server environment? [closed]

Is it necessary/recommend/best practice/any other positive to use only one server environment to perform all development, unit testing and QA? If so, is it then wise/part of Agile to then have only ...
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Identifying the Redundant Requirements in Scrum

I'm working on the research to resolve the Requirements conflicts in distributed Scrum where teams are distributed over multiple locations. I'm proposing a model that consists of five steps including ...
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How to Communicate New Features to Delivery Team

In our company we have to development teams. The Product Team and the Delivery Team. I am working in the Product Team and the Delivery Team is consuming the framework, libraries, and services we are ...
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factors that are important for success when letting an agile framework emerge for the whole organisation? [closed]

I previously posted a question [link] on programmers.stackexchange.com asking when it makes sense to adopt an existing enterprise scale agile framework and when it makes sense to allow your own ...
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How can I merge between two software architectures in software design? [closed]

I need to know what types can be merged together like can I merge MVC and layered architecture? so please can someone list what types can be merged together, and an example on how to merge. Can I ...
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Do we need project managers in the agile organisation when doing software development or are the project governance replaced by product governance? [duplicate]

Q: Do we need project managers in the agile organisation when doing software development or are the project governance replaced by product governance? There are several questions asked and answered ...
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minimalistic software modeling standard as a replacement for UML

I've been using UML 2.x for several years and it really worked for Object-Oriented languages like C# and Java especially when the software was big enough to be considered an enterprise-level system. ...
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Outsourcing The MVP development

our company wants to outsource the development of MVP. Since it is my first project as a product manager, I am expecting story map ERD Technical specifications i.e. language, database, DevOps & ...
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Microsoft Entity Framework - when to use it? [closed]

I am researching Microsoft entity framework and I am confused about when it should or should not be used. I am interested in the relationship between entity framework and product management ...
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Does RAD allow you changes or modification after the cutover phase without the need to redo the system? [closed]

Like other agile models, that is a close loop where changes after the system development can still be implemented without the need to redo the whole system, is this possible for the RAD model as well? ...
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Agile tools, can't find any that suits my case or I'm wrong somewhere? [closed]

We have huge modules in our project, each module has a bunch of user-stories, each story contains developer tasks. Actually, we take tasks from multiple modules, since we have some core module ...

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