Agile Software Project Management with Continuous Delivery

; Stephan Krusche ; Lukas Alperowitz

Based on eight multi-customer courses held at the Technical University of Munich, this book describes how to set up project environments in an agile manner. Using Rugby, an agile process model that borrows concepts from Scrum and from the Unified Process, the book presents different project management workflows, and provides detailed instructions on how to set up and introduce these workflows in the project-based organization. Les mer
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Based on eight multi-customer courses held at the Technical University of Munich, this book describes how to set up project environments in an agile manner. Using Rugby, an agile process model that borrows concepts from Scrum and from the Unified Process, the book presents different project management workflows, and provides detailed instructions on how to set up and introduce these workflows in the project-based organization. The book is intended for instructors who want to include advanced project management techniques and informal modeling in their courses, as well as project managers in industry who want to explore agile workflows in pilot projects.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Project-Based Organization. Team Formation. Issue Management. Meeting Management. Version Control. Review Management. Continuous Integration. Continuous Delivery. Feedback Management. Prototyping. Software Cinema. Software Theatre. Agile Methods (Scrum.) Unified Process.

Om forfatteren

Bernd Bruegge is a German computer scientist, full professor at the Technische Universitat Munchen (TUM) and the head of the Chair for Applied Software Engineering. He is also an adjunct associate professor at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in Pittsburgh. He is the author of two, well-known books: Object-Oriented Software Engineering: Using UML, Patterns and Java (Third Edition), and Managing Development and Application of Digital Technologies.