Many development teams have adopted some, if not all, of the techniques of Extreme Programming (XP). There is far more to agile software development, however, than XP. In this presentation, given at TheServerSide Java Symposium 2006 in Las Vegas, Scott Ambler discusses advanced agile techniques such as initial architectural modeling, database refactoring, model storming and agile documentation practices. Podcast: Advanced Agile Techniques - Beyond XP
- Posted by: Regina Lynch
- Posted on: July 24 2006 14:22 EDT
Was hoping for concrete techniques. I just heard mostly general, very high-level statements. And a lot of what was said were the usual advocacy statements found elsewhere. Calen Legaspi Orange & Bronze Software Labs, Ltd. Co.
Was hoping for concrete techniques. I just heard mostly general, very high-level statements. And a lot of what was said were the usual advocacy statements found elsewhere.Not surprised. I saw the name of the speaker and didn't bother. If you want to get a real insight into Agile techniques try joining one of the Agile discussion groups: extremeprogramming at yahoogroups dot com scrumdevelopment at yahoogroups dot com (not sure of these URLS but google a bit and you'll find them), or better still join your local Agile Users group. Like any new idea with $$$ potential, there will be false prophets jumping on the bandwagon, trying to earn a quick buck. As always buyer (listener) beware! Paul.
Orange & Bronze Software Labs, Ltd. Co.
1. If Agile process gives quality and every thing, why should any one go for standard software life cycle? 2. Who and when should go for this agile process? i.e is the agile process for vertical solutions which are the application layers build on top of the other products and focus on specific domain?