At the heart of the flexible methodology are
the following theses. Individuals and interactions over processes
and tools. Working software over comprehensive documentation.
Customer collaboration over contract negotiation. Responding to change over following a plan. Cycle The project consists of repeated sprints,
each of which includes planning, development, testing and demonstration. This requires constant
involvement and corresponding qualification from the client. The length of the sprints
are the same, ranging from one to four weeks. When an important milestone is reached, the
result of the sprint can be deployed. Sprint The client’s wishes are recorded in a list
called the backlog. Then the plan for future sprints is laid out. Daily meetings (Scrums)
are held within the project team, where the progress of the work is controlled. At the
end of each sprint, the client sees and analyzes the result and makes adjustments. Minimum Viable Product Do not try to get a complex product immediately.
Concentrate on creating a minimum viable product that can be shown to users to check which
improvements are needed and which functions are not. Benefits 1. A detailed requirements specification is
not necessary. 2. Controlled development.
3. Lower price due to the absence of risks, which are always built into a fixed price
quote. Ask us whether Agile methodology is suitable
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