There’s no such thing as a Business Analyst in Scrum. So why bother? Can’t we do without this role? What can possibly go wrong? And how can s/he help in our self-contained and self-organizing Scrum team of software developers? These questions are regularly heard nowadays. And they often hurt the experts in question. In this article, we will try to address them.
You have decided to outsource. There are a number of options: to find a freelancer, outsource a function to another IT service provider, or hire your very own dedicated team of software developers. In this article we will talk about the benefits of hiring a dedicated team in software development outsourcing.
Have you found yourself at the crossroads? Tearing between Agile and Waterfall? Caught off-balance by the recent stats showing Agile software projects to be over three times as popular as Waterfall? They also have over three times as many successful outcomes. Does that mean that Waterfall has outstayed its welcome? Our take: that depends. Every particular situation calls for a specific solution. It’s best to take a balanced approach and consider what really matters.