Since our group is still in the switch period between submitting our final commits and picking a new ticket to start working on for the last few weeks of classes, I’ve switched gears and have focused mainly on the new reading assignment and presentation.
Although I’m not nearly done with the book I’ve been given, a few take away points to the Agile development process…
-Focus on incremental development process, as opposed to the Waterfall methodology
-Often used in tandem with Scrum, to section and plan works in “sprint” periods
-Focus on the development process as opposed to heavy documentation, although still important, not a main objective
-Falls apart at the seams if the development team is not heavily experienced.
Of course, a much longer and more in depth analysis of Agile will need to be done, but all in due time.