Agile focuses upon the development of these frequent used, value adding 7% of the features.
Most successful agile framework for team size from 6 to 60
Recommended agile framework for maintenance & ops team
Most successful agile framework for matured and experienced team
Recommended for enterprise applications
Test cases describe tests that need to be run on the program to verify that the program runs as expected. Test automation mostly using unit testing is a key feature of agile software development, where it is known as test-driven development.
Functional testing consists of testing the interface between the application on one side and the rest of the system and users on the other side.
Code refactoring is the process of restructuring existing computer code—changing the factoring—without changing its external behaviour. Refactoring improves non-functional attributes of the software.
Build automation is the process of automating the creation of a software build and the associated processes including: compiling computer source code into binary code, packaging binary code and running automated tests.
Stakeholders shall collaborate with each other to maintain the motivation and quick corrective actions
Requirements shall be collected in story format and shall be defined using just-in0time approach
Release burndown would enable the stakeholders to predict & plan features
More than 60% requirements change during the development and hence Just-in-time planning is recommended
Frequent Releases and corrective approach helps us to improvise the features early
Continued Resistance to Change
Dedicated Project Resources