An Empirical Study on the Issues of Traditional Defect Life Cycle in Agile Model

6 Pages Posted: 14 Jun 2019

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Arun Prakash Agrawal

Amity University

Ankur Choudhary

Amity University Uttar Pradesh

Harshit Sharma

BMS College of Engineering

Date Written: March 14, 2019

Abstract

In an Agile workflow, work is divided into sprints and each sprint has a particular activity which needs to be completed. Agile aligns development activity with customer’s requirement. It is an iterative progress methodology, where requirements develop through association between the customer and self-organizing teams. As there is less documentation available in agile methodology, product team, development team and testing team need to work in close association to develop the quality software with minimum defect leakage. In this paper, we analyze empirically the defect life cycle for agile model to determine the correct phases of a defect in the agile workflow. Results obtained may help team to optimize the time and develop the quality software with minimum defect leakage.

Keywords: Agile, Defect, Defect Life Cycle

Suggested Citation

Agrawal, Arun Prakash and Choudhary, Ankur and Sharma, Harshit, An Empirical Study on the Issues of Traditional Defect Life Cycle in Agile Model (March 14, 2019). International Conference on Advances in Engineering Science Management & Technology (ICAESMT) - 2019, Uttaranchal University, Dehradun, India. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3402842 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3402842

Ankur Choudhary

Amity University Uttar Pradesh ( email )

Mallhour
Lucknow, 226021
India

Harshit Sharma

BMS College of Engineering ( email )

Bangalore, Karnataka 560019
India

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