Issues in Scaling Agile Using an Architecture-Centric Approach: A Tool-Based Solution

@inproceedings{Read2003IssuesIS,
  title={Issues in Scaling Agile Using an Architecture-Centric Approach: A Tool-Based Solution},
  author={Kris Read and Frank Maurer},
  booktitle={XP/Agile Universe},
  year={2003}
}
Agile software development processes are best applied to small teams on small to medium sized projects. Scaling agile methodologies is desired in order to bring the benefits of agile to larger, more complex projects. One way to scale agile methods is via an architecture-centric approach, in which a project is divided into smaller modules on which sub teams can use agile effectively. However, a problem with architecture-centric modifications to agile methods is the introduction of non-agile… CONTINUE READING

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