Jim Table

Practice Definition
Agile Ongoing release cycles, each featuring small, incremental changes from the previous release.
Lean Seven principles: eliminate waste, amplify learning, decide as late possible, deliver as fast as possible, empower the team, build integrity in, and see the whole.
Waterfall Finish one phase, then move on to the next. No going back.
Iterative Implement a set of software requirements, then test, evaluate and pinpoint further requirements. New software produced with each phase, or iteration. Rinse and repeat until the complete system is ready.
Spiral Project passes through four phases (planning, risk analysis, engineering and evaluation) over and over in a “spiral” until completed, allowing for multiple rounds of refinement.
DevOps Development and operations staff work together in all SDLC stages. Products are small but frequent. Discipline, continuous feedback and process improvement, and automation of manual development processes.

About Me

I'm Steve, the founder of E2Marketing and I work hard every day to ensure our customers receive the best experience from their websites and marketing services. When I'm not at my desk working. I can be found on my bike cycling around South Florida, thinking about work.

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