The agile software development environment is known for its short, frequent iteration times and quick-paced paradigms that focus on the task at hand. But what if you’re tasked with a story that requires some deep-thinking? How do you approach the unknown while remaining agile?
Mark J. Balbes, Ph.D., Vice President of Architecture at Asynchrony, examines this issue in this article for ADT Magazine:
There absolutely is time to think deeply, but sometimes in the heat of development, teams forget to take the time to do it. The failure here is both that of the individual and of the team to take into account the needs of the different personalities on the team and create a shared process where the team can succeed.
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