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Agile software development: 15 years of the agile manifesto

The aim of this thematic series is to draw attention to the mature state of agile empirical research as well as to investigate new venues, in combination with other research areas that may help broaden our understanding of the myriad implications of agile software development.

Edited by: Tiago Silva da Silva, Alfredo Goldman, Frank Maurer and Simone DJ Barbosa

  1. Content type: Research

    In 2001, seventeen professionals set up the manifesto for agile software development. They wanted to define values and basic principles for better software development. On top of being brought into focus, the ...

    Authors: Philipp Hohl, Jil Klünder, Arie van Bennekum, Ryan Lockard, James Gifford, Jürgen Münch, Michael Stupperich and Kurt Schneider

    Citation: Journal of Software Engineering Research and Development 2018 6:15

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    Kanban is increasingly being used in diverse software organizations. There is extensive research regarding its benefits and challenges in Software Engineering, reported in both primary and secondary studies. H...

    Authors: Paulo Sérgio Medeiros dos Santos, Alessandro Caetano Beltrão, Bruno Pedraça de Souza and Guilherme Horta Travassos

    Citation: Journal of Software Engineering Research and Development 2018 6:13

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    Agile software development (ASD) promotes working software over comprehensive documentation. Still, recent research has shown agile teams to use quite a number of artefacts. Whereas some artefacts may be adopt...

    Authors: Gerard Wagenaar, Sietse Overbeek, Garm Lucassen, Sjaak Brinkkemper and Kurt Schneider

    Citation: Journal of Software Engineering Research and Development 2018 6:7

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