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Going Agile on NoSQL and Hadoop Over the last few years, digital transformation has become a crucial component in measuring success of any organization. Today’s technosphere is marked with consistent changes. In the face of a more tech-evolved competitors, organizations have to consciously keep track of their digital assets to attract loyal customers. Agile development […]
The Agile method of developing software solutions was developed based on real-life project experiences and challenges developers faced while using the traditional waterfall model of software design. As opposed to the sequential, downward flowing design process of waterfall model; agile method uses an incremental and iterative approach. As it was developed to deal with the […]
In a short span of time, Cloud computing has revolutionized the way virtual world has been functioning. Besides enhancing functionality and increasing efficiency, Cloud computing is supporting a number of programs that improves overall performance of an organization. Cloud computing helps in creating virtual machines, and Cloud-based services are used for the management of different […]
Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is an ecosystem of practices and strategies which ensures that the organizational organism caters to the needs of customers and retains them efficiently. Every enterprise chooses a certain way to implement CRM. The most commonly used model is the Waterfall method. Why Agile? The Waterfall method follows a linear trajectory […]
In my last blog, I focused on aspects related to incorporating Agile across the organizations and how to begin the transition journey. This blog talks about the four standout roadblocks I have experienced whilst dealing with Agile teams. Roadblock #1 – The Agile coach/leader I know this sounds like an oxymoron – questioning the very […]
Often we come across teams who take a big leap in to the world of Agile, only to realize later that they have lots more on the plate than they can digest. I have been lucky enough to be a part of teams that have made a fairly successful transition (while they are still learning), […]