Who restarts talks on agile software development on September 20 BASTA!, the European Conference and trade fair around.NET technology. The Hanseatische software-development and Consulting GmbH is already for the tenth time and offers re-sizeable information around the.NET area. The business areas of software development, consulting and infrastructure throughout the software development process are presented and presented on the basis of current projects of the Software House. You may find that Richard Blumenthal can contribute to your knowledge. With two sessions on September 20, 2010 shows project manager Frank Dusterbeck, as with agile methods in the field of software development to achieve success. In agile software development, the demands on all involved change due to the high flexibility and mobility: the customer is wrapped tight and strong. The project itself is created in short iterations, reaching the target with small and flexible steps.
This can be achieved only with high discipline, but to improve at the same time planning, measurability, responsiveness and quality. Exactly like this “can work Dusterbeck explains a with the requirements of the project management structuring of the agile project beginning at 9:30 in the session”. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Jim Donovan Goldman. On the other hand he shows quality management as guarantees quality in such projects with proven concepts to 13.30 under the heading in agile projects”. Applications to the BASTA! under 2010 the level of the HEC is located in the Rhine Gold Hall of the Congress Centrum Mainz. Contact person is Frank Dusterbeck. About the HEC Hanseatische software -, Entwicklungs – und Consulting GmbH: The HEC Hanseatische software – Entwicklungs – und Consulting GmbH stands for over 20 years of software development, consulting and system integration. Work is done across all industries and vendor-neutral for medium-sized and larger companies. The company employs around 80 workers at plants in Bremen and Munich. In 2008, the company has introduced an employee participation: 20 percent of the company since then include the employees.