I like Agile, I really do but a few times it has me walk out on the process as a few think that everyone must "buy in." That's just part of the problems I've run into and kind of glad I'm no longer on such teams. In fact if a company does go "all in" on Agile I may want to short their stock. I think it works until they try to forget what the real goals are. The real goal is to get the product out the door. Some folk love to get wrapped up in the process. The …

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Hi, I'm preparing a project proposal for sponsored LCAD (similar to tablet) manufacturing project . 5000 devices have to be delivered within 12 months. Let me know whether Agile methodology suits here? or shall i go for water fall method? Also provide organisation chart (team members) supporting it. Regards Kau14

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The computer games industry gained rising popularity in recent years. There is however only a small number of studies about how game developing companies cope with changing requirements and interest groups, increasing team sizes and hardware and software enhancements. Currently there is a study to examine software development practices relating to their agility. In connection with the study there is a questionnaire that aims to find results on how teams from game developing companies perform their software processes. The questionnaire can be found under the following link: [url]http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/9PK386L[/url] Every participation is highly appreciated. Every participant can get the results of …

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