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  • Adam Smith (baptised 16 June 1723 – 17 July 1790 [OS: 5 June 1723 – 17 July 1790]) was a Scottish social philosopher and a pioneer of political economy.
  • Forester Research and Dr Dobb’s. They indicate that agile methods are now used more than any other approach for IT projects. With 35% of companies using agile and a further 21% using some kind of iterative approach and only 13% using a waterfall approach.Gartner’s analysts (Thomas Murphy and David Norton) predict that by 2012 “agile development methods will be utilized in 80% of all software development projects”
  • Forester Research and Dr Dobb’s. They indicate that agile methods are now used more than any other approach for IT projects. With 35% of companies using agile and a further 21% using some kind of iterative approach and only 13% using a waterfall approach.Gartner’s analysts (Thomas Murphy and David Norton) predict that by 2012 “agile development methods will be utilized in 80% of all software development projects”
  • Forester Research and Dr Dobb’s. They indicate that agile methods are now used more than any other approach for IT projects. With 35% of companies using agile and a further 21% using some kind of iterative approach and only 13% using a waterfall approach.Gartner’s analysts (Thomas Murphy and David Norton) predict that by 2012 “agile development methods will be utilized in 80% of all software development projects”
  • Forester Research and Dr Dobb’s. They indicate that agile methods are now used more than any other approach for IT projects. With 35% of companies using agile and a further 21% using some kind of iterative approach and only 13% using a waterfall approach.Gartner’s analysts (Thomas Murphy and David Norton) predict that by 2012 “agile development methods will be utilized in 80% of all software development projects”
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  • 1. The New Invisible Hand: Agile Development Silviu-Horea Eigel Scrum Master 16-05-2012
  • 2. •Agile might not be the goal •Feedback loops •Feedback loops in software development •Your questions Agenda 2
  • 3. IN YOUR ZONE Individual ambition benefits society 3
  • 4. IN YOUR ZONE This is not about why agile is the best 4
  • 5. IN YOUR ZONE Agile development methods will be utilized in 80% of all software development projects 5
  • 6. IN YOUR ZONE We are past the tipping point 6
  • 7. IN YOUR ZONE When can we say we are doing Agile 7
  • 8. IN YOUR ZONE When can we say we are doing Agile 8
  • 9. IN YOUR ZONE Defined process control 9 •The process is in the front row
  • 10. IN YOUR ZONE Empiric process control 10 •Software development is very hard to predict
  • 11. IN YOUR ZONE Feedback loops 11
  • 12. IN YOUR ZONE Feedback loops 12
  • 13. IN YOUR ZONE Releasing 13
  • 14. IN YOUR ZONE Status reporting 14
  • 15. IN YOUR ZONE Integration 15
  • 16. IN YOUR ZONE Continuous Integration 16
  • 17. IN YOUR ZONE Code reviewing 17
  • 18. IN YOUR ZONE Testing 18 •Better quality means higher costs. •True if quality means more inspections and more technology.
  • 19. IN YOUR ZONE Architecture 19
  • 20. IN YOUR ZONE Design is emergent 20
  • 21. IN YOUR ZONE Planning 21
  • 22. IN YOUR ZONE Planning is a learning process 22
  • 23. IN YOUR ZONE Communication 23
  • 24. IN YOUR ZONE Quality must be baked in 24
  • 25. IN YOUR ZONE Conclusions 25
  • 26. IN YOUR ZONE Conclusions 26
  • 27. IN YOUR ZONE The end 27 Silviu-Horea Eigel| Scrum Master silviu.eigel@endava.com thank you