Agile Software Development with SCRUM

ISBN-10: 0130676349
ISBN-13: 9780130676344
Edition: 2002
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Book details

List price: $49.99
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 10/11/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 158
Size: 5.75" wide x 6.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.814
Language: English

eXtreme Programming is an ideal many software shops would love to reach, but with the constant pressures to produce software quickly, they cannot actually implement it. The Agile software process allows a company to implement eXtreme Programming quickly and immediately-and to begin producing software incrementally in as little as 30 days! Implementing eXtreme Programming is easier said than done. The process can be time consuming and actually slow down current software projects that are in process. This book shows readers how to use SCRUM, an Agile software development process, to quickly and seamlessly implement XP in their shop-while still producing actual software. Using SCRUM and the Agile process can virtually eliminate all downtime during an XP implementation.

A 30-year veteran of the software development industry, Ken Schwaber is a leader of the agile process revolution and one of the developers of the Scrum process. A signatory of the Agile Manifesto in 2001, he subsequently founded the Agile Alliance and the Scrum Alliance. Ken authored Agile Project Management with Scrum and coauthored Agile Software Development with Scrum and has helped train more than 47,000 certified ScrumMasters.

Foreword
Foreword
Preface
Introduction
Scrum At Work
Quick Tour of Scrum
Statements About Scrum
How the Book Is Organized
Get Ready For Scrum!
Scrum Is Different
A Noisy Project
Cut Through the Noise By Taking Action
Self-Organization
Respond Empirically
Daily Visibility Into the Project
Incremental Product Delivery
Scrum Practices
The Scrum Master
Product Backlog
Scrum Teams
Daily Scrum Meetings
Sprint Planning Meeting
Sprint
Sprint Review
Applying Scrum
Implementing Scrum
Business Value through Collaboration
Empirical Management
Managing a Sprint
Managing a Release
Why Scrum?
Noisy Life
Noise in Systems Development Projects
Why Current System Development Methodologies Don't Work
Why Scrum Works
Case Studies
Why Does Scrum Work?
Understanding Scrum
The New Product Development View of Scrum
The Risk Management and Predictability View of Scrum
The Kuhnian View of Scrum
Knowledge Creation View of Scrum
The Complexity Science View of Scrum
Anthropological View of Scrum
The System Dynamics View of Scrum
The Psychological View of Scrum
The Football Metaphor
Advanced Scrum Applications
Applying Scrum to Multiple Related Projects
Applying Scrum to Larger Projects
Case Study of Multiple-Related Projects: A Benefits Company
Case Study of Large Project: An Outsourcing Company
Scrum And The Organization
Organizational Impact
Impediment Example
The Scrum Master as a Change Agent
Impediment Example 2
Impediment Example 3
Keep Your Eyes Open
Impediment Example 4
Impediment Example 5
Organizational Encroachment
Impediment Example 6
Scrum and Mission Statements
Scrum Values
Commitment
Focus
Openness
Respect
Courage

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