Agile Development with ICONIX Process: People, Process, and by Doug Rosenberg

By Doug Rosenberg

*Describes an agile procedure that works on huge initiatives

*Ideal for moved quickly builders who are looking to improve software program in groups

*Incorporates real-life C#/.NET internet venture; can evaluate this with instances in publication

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Using the steps outlined by ICONIX Process. Put another way, the logical process and planning and phasing are orthogonal concerns. This book focuses on ICONIX Process, a minimal UML-based logical process that promotes the use of an easyto-digest subset of UML techniques as signposts to delivering working software. We discuss the qualities of ICONIX Process that make it a good candidate for agile software development later in this chapter. Planning and Phasing Strategy At its most fundamental, a project’s planning and phasing strategy dictates how often working software is delivered to the client.

So, though it may seem counterintuitive, the answer to the integration issue is not to do it less, but to integrate your code more often. 8. pdf. 15 16 CHAPTER 1 ■ WHAT IS AGILITY? ) Sustainable Pace The more tired a programmer is, the more mistakes he’ll make. Many of us have experienced the horrors of latenight coding, up against some perilously important deadline or other. XP makes the point that on projects where this is the norm, programmers simply burn out and end up as near-catatonic dropouts propping up street corners and smelling heavily of stale beer.

In general, there’s probably a consensus that agility is about being able to respond to changing requirements, and there probably aren’t too many people that would argue that avoiding long, drawn-out periods of specification and design without doing any coding is agile. Going a step further, we probably wouldn’t be controversial if we claimed that CHAPTER 1 ■ WHAT IS AGILITY? ) small increments, short iterations, and frequent releases are near the core of agility, and that getting early and frequent feedback from customers is agile.

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