"Agile embrace changes"
The agile methodology of software development evolved in the 1990s that allowed more flexible to be used in the project.
At NETWORK ADVISING-U most of our projects follow the agile method using scrum because it embraces incremental, iterations unlike the traditional way such as the "waterfall" where the entire project is planned and done in phases. In this approach, the problem is "you can't gather all the requirements upfront."
The agile methodology follows the lean thinking method, that provide a business a new way to think about how to organize human activities to deliver more benefits while eliminating waste. To learn more, read: The Agile Manifesto
Agile allow a team to adapt to change in real time. The method is ideal for exploratory projects in which requirements need to be discovered. Scrum allows teams to deliver milestones into small pieces.
What is an Iterations?
An iteration is a short time frame (time boxes) that typically lasts from one to four weeks. The goal of each iteration is to develop a workable product that satisfies one or more of the desired project features to demonstrate to the client.
Features of Agile:
Mon.- Fri., 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Sat. - 10.30 a.m - 6 p.m.
Sun. - Closed
System Testing Types
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Last update 06/02/2016