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Agile SCM


Increasing numbers of organisations are introducing agile development methods and are successfully turning around their software development. The challenge is doing enough SCM to keep control and yet not introducing unnecessary red-tape which gets in the way. This requires pragmatic application of SCM principles within an agile environment. What do you really need and what can you do without? What little extras add no overhead but can provide big advantages?

Agile SCM practices (which can be introduced in almost any development environment) include:

  • Fully automated builds (on all operating systems)
  • Continuous Integration
  • Build servers
  • Agile traceability (important in the brave new world of corporate governance and Sarbanes Oxley)
  • Automatic production of release notes

Robert Cowham of Vaccaperna is a co-author with Brad Appleton and Steve Berczuk of the Agile SCM monthly column in CM Journal.

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