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Software Evolution in Agile Development: A Case Study
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by Nanjangud Narendra on Apr 29, 2011 |

Nanjangud C Narendra presents a case study of an enterprise Agile project in the light of Lehman’s laws of software evolution, along with observations on Agile practices used and their outcome.


Nanjangud C Narendra is a Research Staff Member at IBM India Research Lab in Bangalore, India. His research interests are in software engineering, Web Services & SOA. He has 16 years R&D experience in IBM, Hewlett Packard, and Motorola India. He is the author or co-author of over 80 publications in international conferences and journals. He is an ACM member and Senior Member of the IEEE.

SPLASH's mission is to engage software innovators from all walks of life -- developers, academics and undeclared -- in conversations about bettering software. Bettering software involves new ideas about programming languages, tools, conceptual models, and methodologies that can cope with, evolve, and leverage, the complex software-intensive socio-technical system of systems that has emerged in front of our eyes during the past decades. Bettering software requires a deep understanding of the nature of these systems, an understanding that rides on the trends of the moment, but that goes well beyond. These are the topics of SPLASH.

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