Coveros builds software using the following agile approaches:
We use SCRUM at Coveros to manage software projects and requirements for the software we build. SCRUM provides an extremely flexible, yet rigorous approach to maximizing the amount of value you get from your software every day. While we do have SCRUM masters at Coveros, it’s our decades of experience that make the difference when managing and leading software projects. Always remember that you aren’t a rocket scientist just because you went to science camp.
We use Kanban at Coveros to optimize Agile performance by constraining work-in-progress to maintain high levels of throughput and productivity. Kanban is even more adaptable and provides a framework for higher visibility and focus upon work completion based upon a lean just-in-time delivery methodology. Let us show you how to leverage our experience with Kanban to improve your agile practices and improve your value creation.
- eXtreme Programming
When building great software, just using an agile project management approach like SCRUM is not enough. Software teams must fundamentally change how they work day to day to be agile. At Coveros, we use eXtreme Programming (XP) techniques to drive our software development and testing efforts, such as test-driven development, team-based design, and agile test automation.
- Software Security
Most software today has to be secure. Whether to protect customer data, maintain the integrity of financial transactions, or simply to ensure that no one uses your software as a launching pad for an attack, security is no longer optional. At Coveros, we have integrated a proven software security framework into our agile development approach to ensure that security is built into your applications from the ground up.
- Continuous Integration / Delivery (CI/CD)
Automation of the build, test, and deployment process is a keystone capability of any agile software project. Experts will tell you that without a comprehensive CI/CD process, you are unlikely to finish the work you spec during your Sprints. In addition, automation of this process significantly reduces downstream surprises and costly debugging time during product releases.