Delivery Methods

Our key focus is to deliver quality solutions and services, we achieve success by following industry proven software development processes and methodologies

Process ManagementScrum is an agile way to manage a project, usually software development. Agile software development with Scrum is often perceived as a methodology; but rather than viewing Scrum as methodology, it is a framework for managing a process. Common terms used in scrum are backlog item, sprint backlog, sprint, task and daily scrum. A backlog item is a requirement captured as a story told by the customer. The product backlog is a collection of all backlog items for the project. A sprint backlog is the collection of all backlog items included in a sprint. A sprint is a time box for a development cycle. A task is a unit of work necessary to satisfy a backlog item, which means that a task relates to exactly one backlog item. A daily scrum is a 5-minute meeting where the developers report what they accomplished yesterday and their plan for today.

Backlog items contain only business value and never describe how demand should be satisfied. They tell who, what, and why for one specific requirement. They should only describe the problems, not how to solve it. Backlog items must be doable within one sprint; otherwise, it should be break into multiple items. Tasks, on the other hand, are steps towards solving the solution, describing components or functionality needing adding or modifying. Each task’s size estimate is either a half or a full day’s worth of effort when working with two- four week sprint time box. A sprint includes a planning meeting and a review meeting which consume part of the sprint’s effort. In the planning meeting, the customer indicates and prioritizes which backlog items he desires being included in the sprint. He provides enough detail about the requirement that the developers can ask.

Rapid application development (RAD) is a software development methodology that uses minimal planning in favor of rapid prototyping. A prototype is a working model that is functionally equivalent to a component of the product. RAD focuses on building applications in a very short amount of time; traditionally with compromises in usability, features and/or execution speed. It is an integrated set of techniques, guidelines and tools that facilitate deploying a customer’s software needs within a short period of lime. This predefined lime frame is called a “timebox.” The software product does not “pop out” at the end of the development cycle, but instead evolves during the RAD development process based on continued customer feedback. In addition, the whole software product is not delivered at once, but is delivered in pieces by order of business importance.

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