One of the first decisions you need to make before starting a project implementation is: which development methodology should I use? There are different approaches to the software development process. Two of the most popular methods are Waterfall and Agile. What is Waterfall? Waterfall is a linear approach to software development. That means that project… Continue reading Agile vs Waterfall
For some years, Agile methodologies have been widely adopted within the information technology software world to bring new products and services to market quickly and efficiently, increasingly taking over from more traditional approaches such as ‘waterfall’. While it may have promised much, Agile has not been without its critics, who say that it does not… Continue reading Agile software development – get back to basics to make it work
There is no doubt that 2012 will be another big year for BI and information management. In the article we`ve tried to gather what we suppose are the top BI trends for near future Big Data → Need for Speed The rise in volume (amount of data), velocity (speed of data) and variety (range of… Continue reading Business Intelligence Trends
Let’s find out how good can get agile development methodologies, using cloud-based resources Agile, the great enabler Agile is a style of software development that places new capabilities right there in the hands of users, as and when they need them, and usually almost just about as rapidly as they need them. It does this… Continue reading Agile and Cloud Computing are Made for Each Other?
This is hard to answer without knowing company’s current process. You cannot go agile alone. The whole process shall go agile. Process means a business with roles, different types of activities, corresponding work results and sometime some associated projects. There are many different ways for going agile. The main criteria that matter includes are: -… Continue reading Going Agile. What are the first steps to help with the “Transformation”?