• Engineering
  • Published 2009

Agile Software Development and its Compatibility with a Document-Driven Approach? A Case Study

@inproceedings{Heeager2009AgileSD,
  title={Agile Software Development and its Compatibility with a Document-Driven Approach? A Case Study},
  author={Lise Tordrup Heeager and Peter Axel Nielsen},
  year={2009}
}
It is generally assumed among software developers and managers that a document-driven development process is incompatible with an agile development process. There are few reports on this issue and even less empirical research documenting the assumed incompatibility. More and more software companies however have a desire to adopt agile development processes while maintaining compliance with a quality assurance standard or even a process standard. We have studied the software development process… CONTINUE READING

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