• Configuration Management of the solution is therefore an important consideration. During Foundations, it is very important to decide on a strategy for development that encompasses how the potentially large problem of evolving a solution can be broken down into manageable chunks for delivery in Timeboxes. The first describes a requirement focus, the second describes a solution focus. DSDM does not dictate how the strategy should be formed and agreed, just that there should be a strategy for development. Given the emphasis on fast deliveries established by the iterative development approach itself, agile EDW team leaders sometimes find it difficult to convince […]

  • At the start of the process, ALM clearly sets out the resources needed to create the application. In the ever-evolving world of software development, change is inevitable. ALM excels in managing change by offering features such as version control, configuration management, and change tracking. Developers can work on different versions of the code simultaneously, making it easier to experiment with new features or fixes without disrupting the main codebase. If a change leads to unforeseen issues, the ability to roll back to a previous version ensures a smoother recovery process. Whether it’s sharing requirements, tracking progress, or discussing issues, ALM encourages […]