White Paper: Infuse Consulting Limited
Agile software development focuses on rapid and flexible applications development, testing often, and delivering functional bits of them as soon as they’re ready.
Companies that have totally adopted Agile methodology for their projects have definitely seen measurable improvements in this time of market.
This white paper looks into few broader themes impacting enterprises in the effective Agile Software development while helping companies to adopt agile methodology. It also addresses question like:
What are the significant challenges enterprises face in the process of adopting Agile software development?
How to Increase the effectiveness of Agile software development?
How organization’s can improve their Return on Investment with implementing an agile approach to software development and testing?
Why agile businesses need Agile software development? Major reasons why companies decide to adopt agile?
How can companies become more Agile by applying right set of Agile business concepts?
Businesses need to be Agile in order to survive in today’s economic climate where technology is changing rapidly, where competition is fierce and where time to market is critical.
By: Infuse Consulting Limited
Although Agile processes are being used increasingly in many software development environments, some enterprises still haven’t adopted Agile because of various concerns, especially about using it with distributed teams. How can distributed Agile software solutions help you improve the productivity of teams with globally distributed members? This white paper features five models targeted at small or enterprise companies seeking to implement Agile for globally distributed teams at any level of Agile maturity. It mainly focuses on: What are the steps invoved in the creation of a distributed Agile team? How to structure global teams? What are the benefits of using distributed Agile? What are the most common challenges faced by teams using distributed Agile? Also, it looks into the advantages, challenges and best practices of five engagement models to use with distributed Agile teams focusing on the three dimensional approach of people, process and tools used to implement these models.
By: Zeenyx Software
When a legacy application is modernized, transaction flow may be changed to adjust to the standards and capabilities of the new platform. If tests are automated using a traditional testing tool, those user interface changes would require a significant amount of test maintenance to get tests running on the new platform. AscentialTest provides a short-cut by allowing users to develop tests against the legacy application as a baseline and then converting them to the new user interface. This whitepaper on “Testing Legacy Application Modernization,” highlights: High level overview of how tests are created in AscentialTest Ways to convert the legacy objects to the new platform Components of Object definition How to ensure that the modernized version of the application produces the same results
What is Software ?
Software is a general term for the various kinds of programs that enable computers and related devices to work. Software consists of carefully-organized computer instructions and code written by programmers in any computer languages such as Java, PHP, C, C+ and Python.
What is Software Testing ?
Software testing is a process used to determine the exactness and quality of developed computer software. It includes a set of activities conducted with the intent of finding bugs in software. In a nutshell it is a process to check whether the absolute results match the expected results and to make sure that the software system is error free.
What is Software Applications ?
Application software can be categorized into three disparate classes: systems software, programming software and applications software. These applications are task oriented and come in various types, which includes database programs, word processing, web browsers and spreadsheets. It is also known as productivity programs, since it enables end-users to complete tasks, such as creating documents, spreadsheets, databases, sending email, designing graphics, and even playing games.