Agile Code

Posted April 25, 2012 | Technology |

Much like agile requirements aim toward a goal, agile engineering practices help teams write code that meets the goals of an iteration and changes direction easily. To be an agile team, you need agile code. The agility of a code base is related to the architecture, development practices, and the delivery model. As working software is the main way of evaluating progress on an agile project, agile engineering practices can drive agile planning techniques when they are lacking.

About The Author
Steve Berczuk
Steve Berczuk is an engineer and ScrumMaster at Humedica, where he's helping to build next-generation clinical informatics applications based on software as a service (SaaS). The author ofSoftware Configuration Management Patterns: Effective Teamwork, Practical Integration, he is a recognized expert in software configuration management and agile software development. Mr. Berczuk is passionate about helping teams work effectively to produce… Read More
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