Tool support for the effective distribution of agile practice

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Adams, P. and Boldyreff, Cornelia 2005. Tool support for the effective distribution of agile practice. in: Baumeister, H. (ed.) XP 2005 LNCS 3556. pp. 321-322
AuthorsAdams, P. and Boldyreff, Cornelia
EditorsBaumeister, H.
Abstract

Agile methods are quickly gaining notoriety amongst software engineers. Having been developed over the past decade, they now present a mature, lightweight alternative to the "classic" approaches to software engineering. Although agile methods have solved some of the problems of established software engineering practice, they have created some problems of their own. Most importantly, we can infer a, potentially problematic, requirement of collocation.
The usefulness of the agile methods is restricted by this requirement of collocation and by the requirement of small development teams. If these requirements can be loosened then it would be possible to apply agile methods to a larger arena of software development. This research intends to extend the usefulness of agile methods by defining a new paradigm for software engineering practice, the "Liberal" paradigm and providing tool support for processes within this paradigm.
A complete edition of this paper can also be found at http://eprints.lincoln.ac.uk/48/

Keywordssoftware engineering methodologies; software development
Book titleXP 2005
Page range321-322
Year2005
PublisherLNCS 3556
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Print2005
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Deposited29 Jan 2010
ISSN0302-9743
1611-3349
Web address (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/11499053_67
http://hdl.handle.net/10552/528
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Adams, P; Boldyreff, C. (2005) ‘Tool support for the effective distribution of agile practice.’ in H. Baumeister et al. (eds.) XP 2005, LNCS 3556, pp. 321-322.

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