This video continues to explain the next six agile principles. The principles focus on self-organization of agile teams and their ability to inspect and adapt to improve continuously. Additionally, this video covers agile principles that implement practices that promote technical excellence such as test-driven development (TDD) and good design. The principles discussed also include the culture of sustainable pace for agile software teams. This lesson wraps with some statistics from the Standish Group Chaos Report that prove how agile projects did better than waterfall projects.
- Let's take a look at the rest of the Agile principles.…Next one on the list is work in software…is the primary measure of progress;…the proof is in the pudding as they say.…The best way to show progress is to incrementally…deliver functional software to the customer early and often.…Agile teams measure progress by delivering…increments of products that provide some business value.…The next principle is perhaps the easiest to understand…but is also the most commonly violated.…
It states, "Agile processes promote…sustainable development."…Everyone involved in an agile project…must be able to maintain a sustainable pace.…What is sustainable pace?…It varies by location, nature of the job,…culture, and many other factors.…But the key question to ask is can a dedicated team…sustain pace for a long period and stay productive?…If not, they will be less productive…and most likely burn out.…
Teams that work overtime suffer from stress…and experience a higher rate of team conflicts.…Agile teams maintain a sustainable pace of work…
- Agile principles
- Scrum roles, artifacts, and rules
- Common myths and misconceptions about agile approaches
- Agile software engineering techniques
- Extreme programming (XP) and test-driven development (TDD)
- Kanban for developers
- Limiting work in progress (WIP)
- Scaling the output of agile teams
Skill Level Beginner
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What you should know1m 2s
1. Agile Fundamentals
2. Scrum: The Developer Perspective
3. Agile Software Engineering Techniques
4. Kanban for Developers
5. Scaling Agile
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