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Agile Software Development
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Testing for Continuous Delivery with Visual Studio 2012
by L. Brader, H. Hilliker, A.C. Wills - Microsoft , 2012
Testing is potentially an obstacle to agile software deployment. The smallest change in your code could require the whole application to be retested. This book shows you how to minimize these costs by using the infrastructure of Visual Studio 2012.
by Russell Jurney - O'Reilly Media , 2012
Agile Data is a development methodology that deals with creating applications from data. This book attempts to make a synthesis of the two fields, agile development and data science -- to meld research and engineering into a productive relationship.
The Secret Ninja Cucumber Scrolls
by David de Florinier, Gojko Adzic, Annette de Florinier , 2010
This document is a step-by-step guide for Cucumber, a tool that is quickly becoming the weapon of choice for many agile teams when it comes to functional test automation, creating executable specifications and building a living documentation.
Do It Yourself Agile Kickstart
by Damon Poole - Valtivity , 2012
This book is intended for people that are ready to start their first Agile project or who have been 'doing Agile' but have not had training or coaching in Agile. The purpose is to give you a resource to lean on as you move to Agile on your own.
The Art of Agile Development
by James Shore - O'Reilly Media , 2007
The book contains practical guidance for anyone considering or applying agile development for building valuable software. It combines information for developers, managers, testers, and customers into a single package that they can apply directly.
Essential Skills for Agile Development
by Tong Ka Iok - Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer Center , 2004
Agile development effectively addresses the problems plaguing software development: mis-understanding customers' requirements, missing deadlines, over-budget, conflicts between customers and developers and poor maintainability of legacy systems.