Tuesday, November 16, 2010

CMMI+Agile Article in Dr. Dobbs: Ambler calls authors "bravest group of people in the IT industry"

http://www.drdobbs.com/architecture-and-design/212501388;jsessionid=FNLIDC1RTORI5QE1GHPSKH4ATMY32JVN


Agile CMMI: Complimentary or Oxymoronic?


Recently the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) published a technical note entitled CMMI or Agile? Why Not Embrace Both!, co-authored by Hillel Glazer, Jeff Dalton, David Anderson, Mike Konrad, and Sandy Shrum. The Agile-CMMI Five (AC5), as I like to call them, are likely the bravest group of people in the IT industry in their daring attempt to bring together two groups of people seemingly at opposite ends of the software-process-religion spectrum. Although it would be easy to denounce the AC5 as a collection of Satan-worshipping kitten torturers (and extremists from both camps have pretty much done that already), the reality is that this publication is a thoughtful discussion of a topic that is important to a large number of organizations within the IT industry.


For the entire text of this article go to:  http://www.drdobbs.com/architecture-and-design/212501388;jsessionid=FNLIDC1RTORI5QE1GHPSKH4ATMY32JVN