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Balancing Agility and Discipline - les citations

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What this page of the Blog Apocryphe is about is to compile a number of quotes and extracts of a book that I consider important in the Software Engineering literature: "The Incremental Commitment Spiral Model: Principles and Practices for Successful Systems and Software" of Barry Boehm, Lisa Ann Lane, Supannika Koolmanojwong and Richard Turner, ISBN-13: 978-0-321-80822-6.

If change is a given, as it is in most development projects, then use techniques that take advantage of change. If requirements change rapidly, have short iterations and only do the minimum necessary to meet the current requirement set. Constantly integrate and regression test. Keep the customer close and involve them in the planning and validation processes. Redesign when needed, but don't overdesign—you probably won't need the extra hooks, since the project will most likely take a hard left before you reach the intersection you predesigned for. Don't develop documentation that becomes “shelfware” before it is bound. Concentrate totally on the current iteration and deliver a product on time that “delights the customer.” — in The Incremental Commitment Spiral Model: Principles and Practices for Successful Systems and Software
in The Incremental Commitment Spiral Model: Principles and Practices for Successful Systems and Software
in The Incremental Commitment Spiral Model: Principles and Practices for Successful Systems and Software
in The Incremental Commitment Spiral Model: Principles and Practices for Successful Systems and Software
in The Incremental Commitment Spiral Model: Principles and Practices for Successful Systems and Software

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