Learn about Scrum, Waterfall & Agile Methodologies

Unlike many companies that have built tools around a single methodology, Inflectra recognizes that your needs are unique and that our tools need to be flexible and adaptable enough to support a variety of different methodologies.

What is Agile Software Development?

What is Agile Software Development?

The manifesto for agile software development has revolutionized the way companies plan, develop, test and release software. Throwing away years of accumulated orthodoxy, agile development methods have now become the accepted way to develop software.

What is Agile Scrum Methodology?

What is Agile Scrum Methodology?

Agile scrum methodology is a project management system that relies on incremental development. Each iteration consists of two- to four-week sprints, where the goal of each sprint is to build the most important features first and come out with a Potentially Shippable Product.

What is Agile Kanban Methodology?

What is Agile Kanban Methodology?

Lean development practices are based on the lean methodologies that have been used successfully in manufacturing processes. Kanban is one of these lean software development methodologies that focuses on just-in-time delivery of functionality and managing the amount of work in progress (WIP).

What is eXtreme Programming (XP) Methodology?

What is eXtreme Programming (XP) Methodology?

eXtreme Programming (XP) is an iterative agile methodology based on highly disciplined software engineering practices such as pair programming.

What is Waterfall & Hybrid Development?

What is Waterfall & Hybrid Development?

Based on the project management processes used in other industries, the waterfall approach to software development follows a sequential set of steps from requirements to release. Organizations that cannot use pure agile methodologies have adapted agile ideas for use in waterfall projects, creating new hybrid methodologies.

What is Scaled Agile?

What is Scaled Agile?

Because one of the limitations of standard agile methodologies is that they are designed to operate primarily at a team level, scaled agile has seen a recent boom in popularity. This is because it uses several core values and principles to align cross-functional teams throughout a large organization, and is therefore more appealing to larger companies. However, it does this without losing the key benefits of agile methodologies such as speed and focus on customer feedback. Keep reading to learn more...