Agile Methodology By Rhonda Jones G9 ICAS4023B 6 November 2010
What is Agile Methodology • Agile methodology is an approach to project management that if applied to your work in today's world it will help you to achieve greater productivity and success.
Agile Methodology Development • In 1970, Dr. Winston Royce presented a paper entitled Managing the Development of Large Software Systems, which outlined his ideas on sequential development. • Many of the individual principles and practices that are promoted by agile development have been around for years, even decades.
An Example of Agile Methodology Bankwest • Bankwest's developers used Agile Methodologies to complete 13 months' worth of work in just 15 weeks.
Advantages of Agile Methodology • Responds to the changing requirements. • Quick to finish. • Good communication. • Documentation is to the point to save time. • End result is high quality software.
Disadvantages of Agile Methodology • Can be difficult to assess software development. • Lack of importance on designing and documentation. • Can easily get off track. • Needs senior programmers.
Bibliography • http://www.devx.com/architect/Article/32761 • http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff649520.aspx • www.gw.com.au/Services-And-Methodology/Agile-... • http://agilemethodology.org/ • http://www.agilemethod.net/ • http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff649520.aspx example? • http://www.versionone.com/Agile101/Agile_Development.asp • http://www.my-project-management-expert.com/ • http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff649520.aspx