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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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  • The new invisible hand – agile development

    1. 1. The New Invisible Hand: Agile Development Silviu-Horea Eigel Scrum Master 16-05-2012
    2. 2. •Agile might not be the goal •Feedback loops •Feedback loops in software development •Your questions Agenda 2
    3. 3. IN YOUR ZONE Individual ambition benefits society 3
    4. 4. IN YOUR ZONE This is not about why agile is the best 4
    5. 5. IN YOUR ZONE Agile development methods will be utilized in 80% of all software development projects 5
    6. 6. IN YOUR ZONE We are past the tipping point 6
    7. 7. IN YOUR ZONE When can we say we are doing Agile 7
    8. 8. IN YOUR ZONE When can we say we are doing Agile 8
    9. 9. IN YOUR ZONE Defined process control 9 •The process is in the front row
    10. 10. IN YOUR ZONE Empiric process control 10 •Software development is very hard to predict
    11. 11. IN YOUR ZONE Feedback loops 11
    12. 12. IN YOUR ZONE Feedback loops 12
    13. 13. IN YOUR ZONE Releasing 13
    14. 14. IN YOUR ZONE Status reporting 14
    15. 15. IN YOUR ZONE Integration 15
    16. 16. IN YOUR ZONE Continuous Integration 16
    17. 17. IN YOUR ZONE Code reviewing 17
    18. 18. IN YOUR ZONE Testing 18 •Better quality means higher costs. •True if quality means more inspections and more technology.
    19. 19. IN YOUR ZONE Architecture 19
    20. 20. IN YOUR ZONE Design is emergent 20
    21. 21. IN YOUR ZONE Planning 21
    22. 22. IN YOUR ZONE Planning is a learning process 22
    23. 23. IN YOUR ZONE Communication 23
    24. 24. IN YOUR ZONE Quality must be baked in 24
    25. 25. IN YOUR ZONE Conclusions 25
    26. 26. IN YOUR ZONE Conclusions 26
    27. 27. IN YOUR ZONE The end 27 Silviu-Horea Eigel| Scrum Master silviu.eigel@endava.com thank you

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