Agile Software Development Quality Assurance

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Stamelos, Ioannis G., Sfetsos, Panagiotis
Idea Group Inc (IGI), 28.02.2007 - 266 Seiten

Agile methods are a collection of different techniques and practices that share the same values and basic principles. Agile Software Development Quality Assurance provides in-depth coverage of the most important concepts, issues, trends, and technologies in agile software. This Premier Reference Source presents the research and instruction used to develop and implement software quickly, in small iteration cycles, and in close cooperation with the customer in an adaptive way. It is a comprehensive guide that helps researchers and practitioners in the agile software development process avoid risks and project failures that are frequently encountered in traditional software projects.

 

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Quality within Agile Development
70
Quality within Agile Process Management
135
Agile Methods and Quality Field Experience
185
About the Authors
236
Index
243
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Ioannis Stamelos is an assistant professor of computer science in the Department of Informatics at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He received a degree in electrical engineering from the Polytechnic School of Thessaloniki (1983) and a PhD in computer science from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (1988). He teaches language theory, object-oriented programming, software engineering, software project management and enterprise information systems at the graduate and postgraduate level. His research interests include empirical software evaluation and management, agile methods, software education and open source software engineering. He is the author of 60 scientific papers and a member of the IEEE Computer Society.

Panagiotis Sfetsos has been a lecturer of computer science in the Department of Informatics at Alexander Technological Education Institute of Thessaloniki, Greece since 1990. His research interests include experimentation in software engineering, agile methods and extreme programming, software measurement, software testing and quality. He received his BSc in computer science and statistics from the University of Uppsala, Sweden (1981) and then worked for several years in software development at both the industry and education levels. He has published a number of papers on software engineering and agile methods in journals and international conferences. [Editor]

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