Agile Development for SAP: Get into the Scrum!

  • by Burke LaShell, Domino Developer
  • May 15, 2007
If your company has a development methodology that imposes too much bureaucracy, or if you don't have enough methodology and your development projects lack discipline, Agile might be for you. Agile is a general term that describes a dozen or so different, but related methods, all sharing several techniques designed to reduce the cost of developing software while improving results for clients. This article takes you through an example SAP development project that shows you how to put Agile into practice, specifically, the Scrum form of Agile. You'll learn how to prepare for your first development iteration, how to run the daily meetings that are at the heart of Scrum, and the critical factors that make for a successful project.

Burke LaShell

Burke LaShell is a certified ScrumMaster in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As a certified Notes/Domino development and administration instructor and consultant, he’s worked with Notes and Domino since Notes 3.1 in 1994. Burke received his bachelor’s degree from Purdue University and his master’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania.

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