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- 2010 ed.
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- Moe, Nils Brede (ed.), Smite, Darja (ed.), Ågerfalk, Pär J. (ed.)
- XXXVI, 341 p.
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From the reviews: "The researchers and practitioners who collectively wrote this volume have been examining without prejudice what works and what does not, and trying to get at the root cause, giving us another and better perspective on this fascinating wave: the agile software development movement." - from the Foreword by Philippe Kruchten, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada "If you have anything to do with software projects at multiple locations, you should read this book. ... provides a coherent framework and a logical flow of information. ... easy to read and conducive to skimming for high-value information. ... useful feature is the practice of inserting practical tips in shaded panels, at regular intervals. I recommend this book to professionals involved in distributed projects ... . It will also useful ... to academics with research interests in agile programming, distributed software development, or both." (Neil D. Burgess, ACM Computing Reviews, October, 2010)
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Darja Smite is a senior researcher at Blekinge Institute of Technology, which has recently been ranked as number 11 among the top institutions in the world in systems and software engineering by the Journal of Systems and Software. Her main research efforts are directed towards improving industrial practice with off-shoring and outsourcing software development. Before pursuing an academic career she has been engaged in industrial positions at a number of software houses in Latvia. Nils Brede Moe is a research scientist at SINTEF Information and Communication Technology in Trondheim, Norway. He has 11 years of experience working as a project manager and researcher within software development and is a co-author of the book "Process Improvement in Practice-A Handbook for IT Companies". His current research interests include global software development, process improvement, self-management, and agile software development. Par J. Agerfalk is a professor at Uppsala University where he holds the Chair in Computer Science in Intersection with Social Sciences. Among many other responsibilities, he is the founding chair of the AIS Special Interest Group on Pragmatist Information Systems Research.
Part I Motivation. - 1 Fundamentals of Agile Distributed Software Development. - Part II Transition. - 2 Implementing Extreme Programming in Distributed Software Project Teams: Strategies and Challenges. - 3 Transitioning from Distributed and Traditional to Distributed and Agile: An Experience Report. - 4 Tailoring Agility: Promiscuous Pair Story Authoring and Value Calculation. - 5 Scrum and Global Delivery: Pitfalls and Lessons Learned. - 6 Onshore and Offshore Outsourcing with Agility: Lessons Learned. - 7 Contribution of Agility to Successful Distributed Software Development. - 8 Preparing your Offshore Organization for Agility: Experiences in India. - Part III Management. - 9 Improving Global Development Using Agile. - 10 Turning Time from Enemy into an Ally using the Pomodoro Technique. 11 MBTA: Management By Timeshifting Around. - 12 High Level Planning in Distributed Agile Software: An Action Research Study. 13 Tools for Supporting Distributed Agile Project Planning. - 14 Standing in the Shadow of a Dinosaur: Customer Communication Challenges in Distributed Development Between a Traditional and Agile Organization. - 15 Coordination Between Global Agile Teams: From Process to Architecture. - 16 Considering Subcontractors in Distributed Scrum Teams. - Part IV Teams. - 17 Using Scrum Practices in GSD Projects. - 18 Feature Teams: Distributed and Dispersed. - 19 Roles and Responsibilities in Feature Teams. - 20 Getting Communication Right: the Difference Between Distributed Bliss or Miss. - 21 A Task-Driven Approach on Agile Knowledge Transfer. - 22 Architecture-Centric Development in Globally Distributed Projects. - 23 Agility Across Time and Space: Summing up and Planning for the Future.