We often hear that Waterfall development cannot be iterative since it was not designed to be, built at a time before the internet and mobile applications, a world much slower than today, – a time when software requirements were unlikely to change.
Due to its prosperity in the software industry, Agile no longer needs an introduction: in the past decade or so, seemingly everyone has been talking about this modern framework. Having recognized the success that small and mid-sized companies are realizing by
One of the unstated requirements of Agile Adoption is to have the leadership onboard, however this is often not possible initially. Many large enterprises still use Waterfall Methodology, despite the obvious advantages of using the Agile Methodology. You might call
The importance of managing risks in your software projects need not be further emphasized. Even if you’re not working on safety critical products, risks have the potential to fundamentally derail your projects. With safety critical projects however, it is even
One of biggest attractions of Agile Development is that it offers greater productivity whilst improving quality. The most popular version of Agile, Scrum is all about motivating teams with deadlines, putting the responsibility of pieces of work in the hands
The Features of Change and Configuration Management tools that enable Large enterprise to scale Agile development to multi-team environments are the features of distributed version control (DVCS) tools such as GIT or Mecurial and document management features. As tools for
In previous posts on the Intland blog, we have thoroughly discussed How the Internet of Things is Changing the Definition of Product. In a nutshell, IoT connectivity enables products to offer never before seen services, unlocking great opportunities for companies.