Agile Software Engineering by Orit Hazzan and Yael Dubinsky works largely as an undergraduate textbook, dealing a lot with how to teach and educate Agile methodologies in a learning environment. The book is broken up into progressively more involved steps with each chapter ending with a summary and reflective questions. There are also breakdowns of […]
Staying on this Agile game development interest, I was at the local book store the other day and ran across the book Agile Game Development With Scrum by Clinton Keith and thought, “how appropriate”. Needless to say I was intrigued about the aspects of applying Agile directly to game development and immediately started reading it.
For those of you following, I have been delving into more & more practices and thought I would look into Extreme Programming (XP), created by Kent Beck (one of the original authors of the agile manifesto). Some of you (like me) may feel that the term “extreme” may be a bit overused (do our developers […]
Well, I said I would try and minimize the leadership aspects of this blog, but have been focusing on trying to help my team more with deadlines looming. One thing I will be doing with the team is trying to get them to help me help them 😛 Also, I suspect that I will be […]