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reaktion exfreund wieder getroffen The reason I got out of the SDLC world was this kind of thinking. People claim they are Agile/RAD shops but have never implemented a methodology. Agile is a framework, SCRUM is a methodology within the framework. You do not implement a framework without implementing a methodology to accompany it. There are other agile methodologies besides SCRUM. Here is a short list

  • Agile Modeling
  • Agile Unified Process (AUP)
  • Crystal Clear
  • Crystal Methods
  • Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM)
  • Extreme Programming (XP)
  • Feature Driven Development (FDD)
  • GSD
  • Kanban (development)
  • Lean software development
  • Velocity tracking

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chirurgien alfonsi bastia I do not care what methodology you use, or even what framework (waterfall/agile).  You never touch production. I can’t tell you how many times in my career I have been asked to debug a production software issue. Only to find some rouge instance from a dev running on the box with a memory leak,  sql blocking/locking, thread locking/collisions, or some other issue that dorks up the server. In the world of virtual machines it is very tempting to develop on prod box, because we can revert to a snapshot. But very few times have a seen a plan outlining a method for recovery. This is generally cowboy coding mentality. No matter what you choose for methodology, you should dev locally, and push to a duplicate box for your QA team to test before pushing to production. While we are at it, lets look at some steps you should be following no matter what framework/methodology you are using.

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  1. Dev Locally
  2. Unit Test (NUnit/Xunit is unit testing, not functional testing)
  3. Commit to CVS
  4. Push to testing ( No, we do not test in production either)
  5. Properly Functionally Test Application (I would suggest using something like HP’s UFT (Unified Functional Test, or if your broke, Selinium)
  6. Track testing in repository like HP ALM/QC, or Rational Clearquest
  7. Performance Test Application (LoadRunner/Performance Center or NeoLoad)
  8. Security Test Application (Web Inspect or AppScan)
  9. Repeat steps 2-8 till application is production ready
  10. Push to production

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