Agile Methodologies Archives - XB Software

Waterfall Model in SDLC

software development life cycle

To understand the Waterfall Model in SDLC, it’s necessary to dive into the model’s definition, main phases, what documents are associated as the result of each stage, advantages, and disadvantages.

Software Testing Methodologies: Which One To Choose?

Software testing methodologies

Just as the process of software development, the phase of software testing is also based on a specific methodology. Various combinations of principles, ideas, methods, and concepts that help you during the working process is what we have in mind when using this term. Nowadays, there are dozens types of software testing methodologies each with different start …

Scrum Master Games, or What Your Scrum Coach Didn’t Tell You

scrum tips and tricks

Coming across Scrum for the first time you may think you can manage projects with ease. A Scrum coach assures that two days are quite enough to become a certified Scrum master. So, you might expect that you will learn the art of project management, applying such a powerful methodology like Scrum. Young jedis involved into rather expensive traineeship have a funny time, playing ball …

5 Useful Posts on Agile and Non-Agile Software Development Methodologies

agile or not agile

There are two most popular and prominent methods to develop your software – Agile and non-Agile (Waterfall). Which method will ensure the success of your project development process? Well, we can give you some tips based on our long-term experience in this field. There are several articles in our blog, describing both Agile and non-Agile software development methodologies, and …

Interview with the Chief Operating Officer of Delivery Department: ‘Staying A Step Ahead’ (Continuation)

interview outsourcing web dev

We continue the interview with Vitaly Hornik – the Chief Operating Officer of Delivery Department of XB Software. In the second part of the interview, you’ll learn how projects implementation is monitored, how we communicate with our customers, how our programmers work and what plans the company has for the future.