The Fundamentals of Agile
In today's fast-paced, global economy, industry and government customers demand innovation coupled with the ability to adapt products and systems to rapidly changing needs. At the same time, the time frame for developing software continues to shorten. As a result, agile software development processes like Scrum and Extreme Programming, with their emphasis on releasing new software capabilities rapidly, are increasing in popularity beyond small teams and individual projects. In this episode, Tim Chick, a senior member of the technical staff in the Team Software Process (TSP) initiative, discusses the fundamentals of agile, specifically what it means for an organization to be agile and provides three criteria for organizations seeking to implement agile.
About the Speaker
Timothy A. Chick is the CERT Applied Systems Group Technical Manager at Carnegie Mellon University’s (CMU) Software Engineering Institute (SEI). He currently leads a team of software and system engineers as they build and operate technical solutions for both internally funded research and customer facing prototypes and delivers trusted, valued, …Read more