Lean Architecture: for Agile Software Development | Book Series

Overview

Published by Wiley and authored by the renowned software architecture expert Jim Coplien and Agile requirements expert Gertrud Bjørnvig, this book will guide you with concrete design advice that will help you to create software that builds on your end-user mental models rather than design methodologies. write software that can directly be verified against behavioral requirements..This book help you organize so that all your stakeholders support each other (customer collaboration); and cleanly support rapidly changing feature code from your investment in stable domain code

Published In

2010

Author

Jim Coplien

 

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Definition:

Companies now prefer to deliver high value features. Company commits to deliver high quality product defined by the agreed upon Definition of Done. Customer participates actively with Scrum team, keep himself available and engaged during the entire project.

Customer shall be able to make changes to the Scope without incurring any additional cost if total Scope of contracted work is not changed. New features may be added for free at Sprint boundaries if items of equal scope are removed from the contract.

The customer is expected to be active in the project prioritizing features by business value and get it implemented in order to get maximum value, participate in each sprint planning by discussing selected features with team answering question to provide clarification. Participate in writing conditions of satisfaction for each feature so that the team has the clear definition of done. At sprint reavie provide feedback for both work-in-progress and completed work. He also participate responsibly in grooming the backlog where high value items are swapped with comparative low value items.

Further Reading:

Book: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time by Jeff Sutherland
Book: Succeeding with Agile, Software development using Scrum