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Is it Agile to Use Waterfall?

Huh? of course not!

That is how I answered when I asked myself this question for the first time, Iterative SDLCs like Scrum and XP are replacements of waterfall, so how could Waterfall suddenly become an agile practice?  671 more words


IT Application Development Manager – Roles and Responsibilities: An Act in Four Parts

Part 3 – Up Close and Personal with the Two Big Ones

Team Management

My objective is to ensure that the team’s goals align with the long term and short business goals and strategy while maintaining a good work-life balance. 795 more words


IT Application Development Manager – Roles and Responsibilities: An Act in Four Parts

Part 1 – The Why of it all

I started writing this article for three reasons. First, I wanted to speak for the good managers and leaders in the making, who give their best to their team, business and organization every day under exceptionally trying circumstances. 424 more words


Software Development Life Cycle

Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

Firstly understanding the business requirements is very important for SDLC.

Next step for SDLC is feasibility analysis.

Feasibility could be divided into economic and technical. 49 more words

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Service Virtualization in Testing

Application are very important for the business today. The development cost and the quality of application are remains challenges.
Service Virtualization allowing developers, testers and performance teams to work in parallel for faster delivery and higher application quality and reliability. 282 more words


Project Management: Collaboration Leadership

Collaborative leadership in a project usually requires a well orchestrated plan (e.g. starting from a Scope of Work) that clearly defines the objective goals of the project in order to achieve the best results.   438 more words

Project Collaboration