Agile Development

Agile development, software development methods, incremental development, agile methodologies, scrum, crystal, DSDM, FDD, XP

Nobody enjoys the approach of running like a bull at a gate. It is easier to slow things down and work progressively than rush head on into something without consideration and collaboration.

This type of development encourages collaboration between self-organising and cross-functional teams. Agile Development also promotes adaptive strategic planning, evolutionary development like interactive wireframing and delivery through a repetitious and incremental development process. The repetitive nature of agile development means that projects can receive continuous feedback to refine and optimise concepts to the satisfaction of all parties involved.

Many of the principles and practices that go in hand with agile development have been tried and tested for over thirty years. The concepts behind it merge management, engineering rules and concepts and client needs with continuous planning, automated testing and incremental deliveries of a concept. iFactory uses agile development to ensure we deliver a working and tested development project to client specifications.

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