Agile Software Development Teams


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Agile Software Development Teams
Agile Software Development Teams
Springer | Business Information Systems | January 18, 2016 | ISBN-10: 3319260553 | 184 pages | pdf | 9.4 mb
Authors: Schmidt, Christoph
Provides unique insights into how agile practices influence the work mode and performance of software development teams
Presents a novel approach to measuring the performance of agile software development teams
Based on a large-scale study of unparalleled scope, with insights from more than 450 professional software engineers

This book explores how agile development practices, in particular pair programming, code review and automated testing, help software development teams to perform better. Agile software engineering has become the standard software development paradigm over the last decade, and the insights provided here are taken from a large-scale survey of 80 professional software development teams working at SAP SE in Germany. In addition, the book introduces a novel measurement tool for assessing the performance of software development teams. No previous study has researched this topic with a similar data set comprising insights from more than 450 professional software engineers.

Number of Illustrations and Tables
32 illus., 35 in colour
Business Information Systems
Software Engineering
Software Management
Project Management

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