Re: A survey on agile practices adaptation
We are Software Engineering master students from BTH (Blekinge Institute of Technology), Sweden. We would like to invite you to participate in our web survey about adaptation of agile practices, which is a part of our master thesis research. We think that you have experienced agile methods and practices. So, we think that you or your colleagues might be interested to share your thoughts in our survey.
Our survey aims to study how software professionals adapt agile software development practices. The survey will take about 10-15 minutes to complete. All data entered will be kept confidential, strictly protected and only be used for this research. All survey respondents can choose to be anonymous and all results will be kept strictly anonymous as well. In case you wish to get the result summary of this survey we would be pleased to send you.
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Narendra Kurapati and Sarath Manyam (Masters Students), Dr.Kai Petersen (supervisor)
Software Engineering Research Lab
Blekinge Institute of Technology Sweden
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The truth is, Scrum's simple, iterative, and discipline agnostic practices make it an attractive framework for managers and teams trying to contain schedules and budgets ballooning out of control.The hype has settled down a bit over these past five years. Many games developed using agile practices, mainly those in the Scrum framework, have shipped. There has been more than enough time to understand how much agile can really help a game team. It's time to look at what is emerging from agile game development teams.
But aren't game teams large in number? Implementing agile in large teams get a little difficult don't they?
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