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Manage Documentation for Software Development in Agile Environment with Remote and Distributed teams
Agile development was originally imagined for clustered teams, or teams physically located together in the same office. Nowadays, during the COVID-19 pandemic, we have realized that we need a lot of flexibility in our work. It seems that Agile method of management makes it easier to remain flexible. We have remote teams and distributed teams. Most businesses have a few–or several–distributed teams.
The main characteristics of remote teams are: they are highly dynamic; they don’t have a physical office, remote employees work from wherever they are, usually a home office or a co-working space. Distributed teams involve a hybrid approach of both onsite and remote workers. This combined model uses an onsite team at a physical office somewhere in the world, as well as remote workers in their home offices. With remote and distributed teams we have to stay focus on delivering value to the customer. In terms of documentation required for software development we have to produce and maintained documentation that adds value to the customer. In order to avoid wasting time, documentation in agile should occur only when it is necessary.
- starting time
- 09/12/20 | 14:00 clock
- ending time
- 09/12/20 | 15:00 clock
- Time zone
- tekom Romania
- To registration
Presenting a list of best practices for creating and maintaining documentation for Software Development in Agile Environment with remote and distributed teams.
In this webinar, we’ll look at:
- Why to document for Software Development in Agile Environment?
- What to document?
- Where to document? (in case we have remote and distributed teams we need an accessible repository)
- When to document?
- How to document? (document incrementally and use tools)
Monica is a freelancer Software IT Consultant and Trainer. She has been working in various roles in different areas: IT industry, Research, and University for more than 23 years. She has experience with external audits and with software development quality management, with highlighting the important key points for clear processes.
She was Quality Manager for software projects in Air Traffic Management and telecommunications, Project Manager, Test Manager and Delivery Manager in IT companies. Her experience involves all aspects of a project, product, and software development life cycles. She is a customer-oriented person and she has worked in multi-cultural competitive environments. She likes working with people from different cultural groups. She is enthusiast and passionate about technology and Software Quality Assurance field and she is promoting agile methodology. She really believes that it is possible to create simple processes for delivery Quality Software Products.
You can connect with her on LinkedIn.