Managerial support is often the biggest impediment to the successful adoption of Agile in organizations. This book comprehensively sets forth what Agile means to an organization and, crucially, the manager’s role in making a success of Agile corporate culture.
Agile software development has become an umbrella term for a number of changes in how software developers work. This book presents a comprehensive snapshot of the knowledge gained over many years of research by those working closely with or in the industry.
As Software Development moves towards a more agile and more flexible approach, this book provides best practices and recommendations for introducing agile software development. There is strong emphasis on real life project examples.
This textbook, ideal for both undergraduates and practitioners, presents the current issues in software development methods. Special emphasis is given to agile software development, being one of the mainstream paradigms for the management of software projects.
This book examines how to use agile methods to resolve the inherent communication problems of global teams. It describes implementation strategies, details practical implications for project planning and discusses agile distributed team configuration.
The author of this book invites the reader to explore the science of computing. He is convinced that a good explanation of even the most basic techniques can demonstrate the power and magic of the underlying principles. His book is a fascinating read.
This book introduces some key problems in bioinformatics, discusses the models used to formally describe these problems, and analyzes the algorithmic approaches used to solve them. This book presents formal models in a mathematically precise, yet intuitive manner.