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Implementing Agile Methods for Safety-Critical Systems Development: Evidence Needs

Webinar Published By: IBM
IBM
Published:  May 09, 2014
Type:  Webinar

Agile methods have a reputation for being fast and adaptive and can enhance both quality and team productivity. For these reasons they are attractive to software teams in many different domains - including safety-critical systems development. But how can agile methods be adapted to meet the needs of such a challenging domain? In the fourth episode of the series, IBM Rational Chief Evangelist, Bruce Powel Douglass discusses how agile practices can be adapted to meet the evidence needs of safety-critical projects.



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ibm, agile development, agile methods, safety critical systems development, project management, product development, productivity, qa quality assurance, testing, evidence oriented practices, software development