distributed agile


Distributed Agile: An Interview with Vishwanath Nagara

In this interview with Vishwanath Nagaraj, originally published in the Sticky ToolLook eNewsletter, he discusses the concept of distributed agile and some of the tools that help make the idea a reality.

Joey McAllister's picture Joey McAllister
Agile Strategies for Geographically Distributed Quality Management

Geographically Distributed Development (GDD) is a common strategy in the software world today. Organizations are gaining experience in developing software globally and are discovering that the competitive demand for best-in-class, high quality applications requires greater agility in quality management. Unfortunately, IT budgets are not keeping up with the staff required for quality management and the response is to accelerate quality management by leveraging global teams. This article compares and contrasts agile GDD testing strategies for affecting quality management.

Scott W. Ambler's picture Scott W. Ambler
Distributed Scrum In Large Projects

This article discusses the highlights of a distributed Scrum project run by SirsiDynix (Provo, UT) and StarSoft Development Labs (Cambridge, MA and St. Petersburg, Russia). The project focused on the new implementation of platform and system architecture for a complex Integrated Library System, which is best compared to a vertical market ERP system with a public portal interface used by more than 200 million people.

Peter Vaihansky's picture Peter Vaihansky
Tool Integration In Distributed Agile Development

This article provides an overview of various tools, integration strategies and their benefits in agile environments. These tools would come in handy in implementing key agile practices like daily builds, refactoring, continuous integration and test driven development.

Venkatesh Krishnamurthy's picture Venkatesh Krishnamurthy

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