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Software development patterns of students: An experience

National Journal of System and Information Technology

Volume 2 Issue 1

Published: 2009
Author(s) Name: Vandana Bhattacherjee, Madhumita S. Neogi, Rupa Mahanti
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Agile methodologies are emerging and gaining popularity in industry. To help our students grow into efficient software developers, in addition to good analysts and managers, we must instill into them the best methodologies for software development. Pair programming is a methodology in which two people work together and periodically switch between the roles of driver and navigator. Instead of partitioning a task into a number of activities, where each member performs a different activity alone, in pair work both partners perform each activity together. This paper presents the results of a study to assess the pattern (which we claim is similar to agile type methodologies) in software development procedures of student groups in a university setting. It is seen that vision and talent incorporated with structure and tools can serve as a good process model. This is to say that, a balance of agile and process driven approach is reportedly achieving the best performance. Keywords: Agile method, Empirical approach, Process models, Software development.

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