Hello I love technology and keep learning about new systems, tools, processes for implementing the same. Experienced as Developer/Automation/Management.
Programming from different developer’s perspective can be a slow process. It depends how you perceive programming as a problem or solution.
However, I believe If your code is adaptive in its nature, you will be able to make changes to it more quickly, more easily, and with minor errors than you would if you were working with a code base that impedes changes. How Agile as a methodology helps drive these things is something which is very critical to understand appreciate in today’s off rolling hay world.
Requirements, as every developer knows, are subject to change. How change is managed is a key differentiating factor between successful software projects and those that atrophy due to scope creep. Developers can react in many ways to requirement changes, with two opposing viewpoints highlighting the continuum that lies between. First, developers can choose a rigid viewpoint. Waterfall methodologies are conspicuous culprits in ensuring that software cannot change freely.
Their determination that the phases of analysis, design, implementation, and testing be distinct and one-way make it difficult— or at least expensive—for customers to change requirements after implementation has begun. The code, then, does not need to be built for change: the process all but forbids alterations.
The benefit of having Agile in place it collectively packages the design to release qualitatively in the same iteration with giving amplitude of implementing variability in their application and systems pharmacieinde.fr.
The expense involved in changing the design of a house is necessarily linked to the completion of the building phase. If the project has not been started—if it is still just in blueprints—change is relatively cheap. Agile reduces this time window to a lot extent which helps you design, develop with an adaptive coding style.
I’ll talk in detail about more Technical Debt in Agile backlog in my next blog and will layer down to more practical design related content.