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The Feste Wae™: Age Deepmet Maagemet Ts, Q2 2010
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AgILE DEVELOPMENT IS RAPIDLy BEcOMINg THE NORM
In a recent survey, 35% o surveyed organizations described their primary development methodas Agile; Scrum, at 11%, was the most popular Agile development approach (see Figure 1).In a dierent survey, we questioned the nature o Agile adoption and ound that 39% o theorganizations we surveyed consider their implementation mature (see Figure 2). Te mainstreambusiness press is even starting to get on the Agile bandwagon, reerencing its use at eBay as crucialto the success o eBay’s business.
Tis increased level o adoption has serious implications ordevelopment organizations’ tool use, changing not only the process model being ollowed but alsothe very nature o work undertaken and who is involved in that work.
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Source: Forrester Research, Inc.56100
ScrumAgile ModelingFeature-driven development (FDD) Test-driven development (TDD)eXtreme Programming (XP)Lean developmentMicrosoft Solutions Framework (MSF) for AgileAgile Data MethodAdaptive Software Development (ASD)Six SigmaCrystalBehavior-driven development (BDD)Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM)Iterative developmentRational Uniﬁed Process (RUP)SpiralWaterfallCapability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)ISO 9000Do not use a formal process methodology
“Please select the methodology that most closely reﬂectsthe development process you are currently using.”
(select only one)10.9%6.0%3.8%3.4%2.9%2.1%1.8%1.6%1.3%0.9%0.3%0.2%0.2%16.3%2.7%1.6%8.4%2.5%2.5%30.6%Agile, 35%Iterative, 21%Waterfall, 13%Base: 1,298 IT professionalsSource: Forrester/Dr. Dobb’s Global Developer Technographics® Survey, Q3 2009