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Agile An Introduction

Agile is one form of software development methodology. Its main focus is on client satisfaction through continuous delivery. The focus of Agile is more on limiting the project scope. An agile project sets a minimum number of requirements and turns them into a deliverable product. Agile-Runner-webda1e Agile development methodology provides opportunities to assess the direction of a project throughout the development lifecycle. By focusing on the repetition of abbreviated work cycles as well as the functional product they yield, agile methodology is described as “iterative” and “incremental”. In waterfall, development teams only have one chance to get each aspect of a project right.
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Agile Methodology

Not a methodology! The Agile movement seeks alternatives to traditional project management. Agile approaches help teams respond to unpredictability through incremental, iterative work cadences and empirical feedback. Agilists propose alternatives to waterfall, or traditional sequential development. Scrum is the most popular way of introducing Agility due to its simplicity and flexibility. Because of this popularity, many organizations claim to be “doing Scrum” but aren’t doing anything close to Scrum’s actual definition. Scrum emphasizes empirical feedback, team self management, and striving.....
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Agile Alphabets

Abstract: We all start our learning process from our own native language alphabets; similarly I am doing this attempt on creating agile alphabets for making all agile enthusiasts to start their learning from the same. This is not the bible or dictionary of agile glossary but a knowledge base. This can always be enhanced to meet the maximum satisfaction to an alphabet in agile way.Origin: The initial set of words figured out for the English alphabets in agile way can be found below.
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6 Ways to Get Faster Time-to-Market by Improving Release Forecasting with Scrum

What is one of the most common reasons organizations choose Agile Software Delivery with Scrum? The promise of a faster time to market. And what is one of the most common reasons organizations get frustrated with Agile Software Delivery with Scrum? Not getting faster time to market. So what are some common challenges that prevent most Scrum Teams from delivering on this promise? And what practices might help them overcome these challenges?
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