Master Thesis

Theme: Managing Agile Software Development Projects: Best Practices and Project Management Tools
Short presentation
 

Table of contents

1        Introduction

2        Project management

.      2.1     History of Project Management

.      2.2     Project Roles and Responsibility Distribution

.      2.3     The Project Life-cycle

.      2.4     Project Management Overview

3        Software development methodologies

.      3.1     Software Development Process

.      3.2     Traditional software development methodologies

.      3.3     Agile software development methodologies

.     .     3.3.1       Values and principles

.     .     3.3.2       Main characteristics

.     .     3.3.3       Extreme programming – XP

.     .     .    3.3.3.1          History of XP

.     .     .    3.3.3.2          Values and principles

.     .     .    3.3.3.3          Roles

.     .     .    3.3.3.4          Concepts and best practices

.     .     .    3.3.3.5          Extreme Programming Overview

.     .     3.3.4       Scrum

.     .     .    3.3.4.1          History of SCRUM

.     .     .    3.3.4.2          Values and principles

.     .     .    3.3.4.3          Roles

.     .     .    3.3.4.4          Characteristics and Best Practices

.     .     .    3.3.4.5          Scrum Overview

.     .     3.3.5       Comparison of Agile Methodologies

.     .     3.3.6       Software Development Methodologies Overview

4        Tools for Agile Software Development

.      4.1     Evaluation model

.      4.2     Management Tools evaluation

.     .     4.2.1       Team Foundation Server

.     .     4.2.2       Pivotal Tracker

.     .     4.2.3       The Exia Process

.     .     4.2.4       Acunote

.     .     4.2.5       Banana Scrum

.     .     4.2.6       Mingle

.     .     4.2.7       BrixHQ

.     .     4.2.8       VersionOne

.     .     4.2.9       Target Process

.      4.3     Tools for Agile Software Development Overview

5        Analysis of Agile software development projects

6        Conclusion

7        Literature

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