Discover PerformanceHP Software's community for IT leaders // July 2012
Automatic trust: Achieving agile release
DevOps helps extend your agility through release. The first step is trust.Just add automation
Cooking with DevOps
Author, entrepreneur and DevOps guru Gene Kim explains the key ingredients of the movement and how it can help an enterprise move “from good to great.”Get cooking
ALM: You gotta get the developers
Application lifecycle management shortens release cycles—when the devs are on board. Here’s how to get there.The right tools
Boston Medical Plan’s quality journey
Christine Bird, manager of SA & Quality Assurance for Boston Medical Health Plan, talks about improved testing and better apps.Watch now
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Number of mobile apps expected to be available by the end of 2012 (more than 15 times the number of PC apps).1
Percentage of organizations that say their application portfolios need rationalization and modernization.2
Approximate percentage of large enterprises that said more than half of their application portfolio “needs to be retired.” (About 48% said 21-50% of their apps needed to go.)3
Q: Which is the best agile methodology for the development of mobile applications?
A: Scrum works perfect for mobile development. The scrum development process is a sequence of short (2-4 weeks) “sprints” where a team addresses a set of tasks as a product increment, with each sprint addressing a “backlog” of requirements. Our survey of mobile developers suggested that even individual developers are following a scrumlike process as they develop mobile applications.
— Steward Copper, owner, Project-Management-Insights.com, on the LinkedIn Agile group