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Re-examining the world of software development
Tuesday - 10/12/2010, 1:51pm EDT
One approach is to take a closer look at how software is written.
The traditional manner of software development is something commonly referred to as a "waterfall method." The federal government is being pushed to be more effective in the area of software development and they are being encouraged to look at an approach classified as "agile."
Mike Jones, agile evangelist, OutSystems will describe some common concepts from the world of agile development. Listen and he will clarify some terms like scrummaster, product backlog, and product owner.