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Key Features of Agile Software Development

“Agile is the ability to create and respond to change. It is a way of dealing with, and ultimately succeeding in, an uncertain and turbulent environment. The authors of the Agile Manifesto chose “Agile” as the label for this whole idea because that word represented the adaptiveness and response to change which was so important to their approach.” Source: Agile Alliance. In short, Agile is an iterative, incremental approach to project management based on the twelve principles of the Manifesto for Agile Software Development. Of these, we mention customer satisfaction, simplicity, and delivery of working software at each iteration. Keep

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Agility in estimating software projects
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Estimating Software Development Projects – Science and Art

Preparing estimates for software development projects is notoriously difficult. So, is there a scientific approach to making accurate forecasts of time and costs for new software? Given the variables you must consider when preparing an offer, estimations seem closer to works of art than to science, just like interior design. At the start of such a project, you have a vague idea of the result. You will have a list of colors, materials, sizes, and objects to choose from. As the objects come in many shapes and from lots of manufacturers, the project’s total cost may vary greatly with your

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Software Development Models – The Beginner’s Guide

Demand for software is on the rise, despite the blow dealt by the pandemic. Thus, actual and forecast data for global spending on software from Statista suggest a bright future for software companies. Indeed, global spending on enterprise software reached $425 billion U.S. in 2020. To meet this demand, software companies use different software development models. We will explain seven such models and their impact on the speed and cost of delivery. First, let us explain what software development model means. Such a model is a set of tools, processes, and methodologies selected to develop the project based on project goals. It

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