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    • Agile processes Kiril Mitov (kmitov at elsys-bg dot org) 1 Kiril Mitov @ TUES
    • I am hot here to sell What`s in for you 2 Kiril Mitov @ TUES
    • Agile and Scrum Agile Scrum 3 Kiril Mitov @ TUES
    • What is a process? A process is a set of tasks and activities that take place durring development ● Programming ● Selling 4 Kiril Mitov @ TUES
    • What is a process? A process is a set of tasks and activities that take place durring development ● Programming ● Selling ● Integrating ● Documenting ● Testing ● Supporting 5 Kiril Mitov @ TUES
    • What is a process? A process is a set of tasks and activities that take place durring development ● Programming ● Designing ● Selling ● Integrating ● Gathering requirments ● Documenting ● Contract negotiation ● Testing ● Supporting ● Maintaining ● Responding to change The process describes who does what for/with whom and when 6 Kiril Mitov @ TUES
    • Why do you need a process? Some sort of discipline is absolutely necessary to produce good software ● Repeating your success (even with other people) ● Not repeating your failures ● Make sure you have`t forgotten something 7 Kiril Mitov @ TUES
    • Back to basics – The Waterfall Model Goal – to identify problems earlier because changes are expensive Cost of change Requirements Design Implementation Testing Production Maintaining Time 8 Kiril Mitov @ TUES
    • Accept change „Inflexibility is the Mother of all business problems. If you are flexible enough you can solve all the other problems.“ Make changes cheap Cost of change Make bugs few Design Testing Maintaining Requirements Implementation Production Time 9 Kiril Mitov @ TUES
    • Agile Software projects do fail... so fail early Cost of change Time 10 Kiril Mitov @ TUES
    • Agile ● Use feedback instead of planning ● Learn from your mistakes ● Working software is the primary measure of progress 11 Kiril Mitov @ TUES
    • www.agilemanifesto.org Individuals and interactions over processes and tools Working software over comprehensive documentation Customer collaboration over contract negotiation Responding to change over following a plan That is, while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more. 12 Kiril Mitov @ TUES
    • Scrum 13 Kiril Mitov @ TUES
    • Scrum 14 Kiril Mitov @ TUES
    • Scrum Roles 15 Kiril Mitov @ TUES
    • Scrum Roles Product Owner Team Scrum Master 16 Kiril Mitov @ TUES
    • Scrum Burndown chart 17 Kiril Mitov @ TUES
    • Scrum We don‘t make mistakes – we LEARN. This is true for all people in the Scrum environment If it‘s not fun, you‘re doing something wrong! Scrum helps to work with fun and passion. 18 Kiril Mitov @ TUES
    • Questions Any questions? ? 19 Kiril Mitov @ TUES
    • License The pictures used on slides 15 and 16 are from http://www.implementingscrum.com/ The pictures used on slides 1, 8 and 13 are from http://wikipedia.org The pictures used on slide 2 and 19 are from http://maps.google.com This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.5 Bulgaria License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc- sa/2.5/bg/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, 171 Second Street, Suite 300, San Francisco, California, 94105, USA. 20 Kiril Mitov @ TUES