Comments on Scott Ambler: Agile needs team acceptance and time to work successfullyA SearchSoftwareQuality.com blog2013-05-16T11:49:44Zhttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/software-quality/scott-ambler-agile-needs-team-acceptance-and-time-to-work-successfully/feed/atom/By: HostingexpertHostingexperthttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/software-quality/?p=1723#comment-8112012-03-12T04:42:30Z2012-03-12T04:42:30ZThere are always people who ready to share their ideas and expertise in terms of software development. This is a great advice that we need to take note.
]]>By: NerohawkNerohawkhttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/software-quality/?p=1723#comment-7582012-02-21T09:15:59Z2012-02-21T09:15:59ZThere are more things to learn from this blog than what I’veresearched for in a few days. Decisive points and subject areas are valid in every way.
]]>By: XebiaLabsXebiaLabshttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/software-quality/?p=1723#comment-832010-06-14T20:53:22Z2010-06-14T20:53:22ZHi Dan, it sounds like your interview with Ambler was very interesting! I’m not surprised that Ambler’s surveys show that it can be difficult to transition to an Agile environment. Even though Agile isn’t a “silver bullet,” deployment automation can really help with transitions to Agile development. Along with acceptance of Agile philosophy and teamwork, deployment through automation can help create much higher productivity levels. What do you think? [A href="http://www.xebialabs.com"]