Scrum software development

  • October 26, 2009 26 Oct'09

    Agile by the numbers: Survey finds more adoption, but age-old problems

    According to a recent survey conducted by SearchSoftwareQuality, agile adoption continues to be on the rise, however there still seems to be confusion with the agile methodology.

  • September 04, 2009 04 Sep'09

    Danube's Dan Rawsthorne: Scrum teams and metrics

    Dr. Dan Rawsthorne, PhD, is a certified Scrum trainer and coach at Danube Technologies Inc. Before joining Danube, Rawsthorne spent nearly a decade working as an expert focused on agility, use cases, and object-oriented technologies for such ...

  • June 26, 2009 26 Jun'09

    Agile development growing, but problems remain

    Despite success among businesses such as IBM, Agile development is still in its infancy. Adaptation and reorganization practices are making strides in the way of improvement.

  • March 11, 2009 11 Mar'09

    Turning agile skeptics to believers at Blueprint Systems

    Blueprint's CTO was skeptical about the powers of agile, especially when it came to distributed teams, but now he's made believers of the whole organization.

  • March 02, 2009 02 Mar'09

    How Covad made the switch to a distributed agile development process

    Waterfall methodologies weren't working for Covad Communications, so the company switched its process to agile and cut costs while achieving faster project completions.