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    Introduction to Agile Introduction to Agile Presentation Transcript

    • #agile An Introduction to Agile Siddharta Govindaraj siddharta@silverstripesoftware.com @toolsforagilesales@toolsforagile.com @toolsforagile facebook.com/ToolsForAgile
    • #agileThe Waterfall Model sales@toolsforagile.com @toolsforagile facebook.com/ToolsForAgile
    • #agileThe problem with waterfallRequirements are not adaptable to change sales@toolsforagile.com @toolsforagile facebook.com/ToolsForAgile
    • #agileThe agile solution● Frequent releases● Constant communication● Adaptable planning● Feedback oriented development sales@toolsforagile.com @toolsforagile facebook.com/ToolsForAgile
    • #agileAgile ManifestoWe are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing itand helping others do it. Through this work we have come to value:Individuals and interactions over processes and toolsWorking software over comprehensive documentationCustomer collaboration over contract negotiationResponding to change over following a planThat is, while there is value in the items on the right, we value theitems on the left more. sales@toolsforagile.com @toolsforagile facebook.com/ToolsForAgile
    • #agileStory Mapping sales@toolsforagile.com @toolsforagile facebook.com/ToolsForAgile
    • #agileAcceptance TestsWhen the user upgrades, add two credits free for every ten purchasedGiven that the workspace is on a <plan> planAnd the workspace has <existing_credits> creditsWhen the user purchases <credit_amount> creditsThen the workspace should have <total_credits> creditsplan existing_credits credit_amount total_creditsfree 0 1 1free -1 10 11paid 10 1 11paid 10 5 15free 0 10 12paid 10 10 22paid 10 15 27paid 10 19 31paid 10 20 34 sales@toolsforagile.com @toolsforagile facebook.com/ToolsForAgile
    • #agileScrum sales@toolsforagile.com @toolsforagile facebook.com/ToolsForAgile
    • #agileTechnical Practices from XP● Check-in code multiple times a day● Simple Design● Test Driven Development● Continuous Refactoring● Continuous Integration sales@toolsforagile.com @toolsforagile facebook.com/ToolsForAgile
    • #agileJeff Pattons Chess Analogy © Jeff Patton sales@toolsforagile.com @toolsforagile facebook.com/ToolsForAgile
    • #agileScrum sales@toolsforagile.com @toolsforagile facebook.com/ToolsForAgile
    • #agile Questions? Director, Silver Stripe Software Pvt Ltd Email: siddharta@toolsforagile.com Twitter: @toolsforagilesales@toolsforagile.com @toolsforagile facebook.com/ToolsForAgile