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March 9, 2012 at 10:39 am #37064aoeuiParticipant
AGILE, I found this:
what is agile proccess in web development
is it just in software development ?
I dont know, saw it in a job requirement, have no ideaMarch 9, 2012 at 10:50 am #98599karlpcrowleyParticipant
It’s the development cycle they use
here’s a brief overview of it
I’ve only ever seen stuff like this as beneficial instead of requiredMarch 9, 2012 at 11:54 am #98611SenffParticipant
In short — it’s a way of managing/organizing a project. For example, a “normal” project cycle could be (chronologically):
Step 1: design team designs entire site
Step 2: back-end team codes entire site
Step 3: front-end team styles entire site
With Agile, it would be more like this:
Step 1: design team designs the front page of the site
Step 2: back-end team codes the front page of the site
Step 3: front-end team styles the front page of the site
Step 4: design team designs the store section of the site
Step 5: back-end team codes the store section of the site
Step 6: front-end team styles the store section of the site
Step 7: design team designs the account section of the site
Step 8: back-end team codes the account section of the site
Step 9: front-end team styles the account section of the site
Personally, not a big fan of Agile to be honest. And it shouldn’t be something a coder should require for a job — it’s mainly the job of a project manager/scheduler to handle this type of stuff, coders should just follow the lead.
If you have no experience with this whatsoever, you’ll learn automatically.
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