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Title: A Case Study on the Adoption of Measurable Agile Software Development Process
Authors: Iliev, Martin
Krasteva, Iva
Ilieva, Sylvia
Keywords: measurements
software process
agile software development
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Demetra EOOD
Citation: Iliev, Martin, Krasteva, Iva, Ilieva, Sylvia (2009), A Case Study on the Adoption of Measurable Agile Software Development Process, Proceedings of International Conference on SOFTWARE, SERVICES & SEMANTIC TECHNOLOGIES, October 28-29, 2009, Sofia, Bulgaria, ISBN 978-954-9526-62-2, p. 152
Abstract: Agile methodologies for software development meet the challenges of the current highly dynamic and competitive business environment. The aim of this case study is to improve existing software development process in a project for the public administration, following the basic principles of agile methodologies. Appropriate metrics for continuous evaluation of the process are introduces to help evaluating and improving the methodology. The main objectives of the new methodology are to improve communication with customers, to improve communication among different distributed teams and inside the teams, and to continuously evaluate the way software is developed through selection and usage of software metrics. The paper presents the results of methodology adoption in two subsequent iterations of a real project.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10506/668
ISBN: 978-954-9526-62-2
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