Dear All, We all know from the Agile Manifesto which mentiond "Agile promote early and continuous delivery" . I may sound repeating the same quesiontion which may be being discussed before; however, how can we manage to make early delivery for a software product and at the same time it has to be a valuable software for the busniess and at the same time the software product consists of sub-modules which are interdependent; besides that each module require a time scale more then two months to deliver in a team of 5 developers.
Regards, Alan Mehio London,UK
Joined: Jul 11, 2001
The basic trick is to break down the requirements into pieces of functionality that all have inherent business value and can be implemented in less than a week each. Then start implementing those pieces in priority order, always end-to-end, that is, every time you implemented one piece of functionality, your system should be in a state that you can install it in production.
If you could provide an example of a system you have trouble imagining being developed that way, we could use it to further discuss this way of working.
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Ilja, Many thanks for you reply. I am in the process of gathering some thoughts and examples. I will get back to you. I am still in the process of preparing ideas and thoughts etc...
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