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For decades software development and programming has struggled with new methods to improve productivity and quality, with the primary goals being fewer bugs/reduced effort/cost of maintenance and faster time-to-market. With the advent of new languages and tools even more methods evolved.

Though there are a number of agile (Rapid Application Development) approaches all are focused on providing increased and faster software value, a focus on the customer/user and a concentration on testing and documentation early in development (sometimes during the design) phase. The population and adoption of agile has and continues to increase as the benefits are realized and processes mature.

Agile is also known for its iterative processes that use minimally defined, though specific feature or user stories/definitions around which development and test tasks.

Usually about 30 days (sometimes called a sprint) work to deliver functional software. Obviously, this is a much different method than more traditional waterfall types of approaches that focus on a large number of features/functionality deliverables in a single release that may take months or even years. Most importantly waterfall releases are not functional until near the end of that process thus, delivering no ROI until the actual release of all of the features.

Agility in a software development means


Ability to respond quickly to changes

Elimination of surprises from changed requirements

Agile Center of Excellence Training

Hanzo Lab's's provides hands-on training in SCRUM Agile Development.

Scrum is a set of interrelated practices and rules that optimize the development environment, reduce organizational overhead, and closely synchronize market requirements with iterative prototypes. Based on modern process control theory, Scrum causes the best possible software to be constructed given the available resources, acceptable quality, and required release dates.

The Agile Manifesto

  Individuals and interactions over processes and tools

  Working software over comprehensive documentation

  Customer collaboration over contract negotiation

  Responding to change over following a plan

Hanzo Lab's Solutions Delivery

Hanzo Lab's also has the capabilities to deliver Agile-based Consultancy, Break-even Reporting, System Analysis and Support Functions to its Client-base. Using the Dedicated Resources Model, a team of dedicated professionals work closely with the clients by constantly refining the services delivered as the requirements mature. Clients requirements are well understood from Face-to-Face Conversations. The ideal solution is first iterated then delivered and depending upon the Clients feedback the Solution is improved upon/reiterated.

Time and Material for Agile Solutions provide Resources to the Clients for their Agile-based requirements. Clients? agile-specific requirements such as Programmers, Testers, and Software Visualizers can be offered as either On-site and Off-site Resources.

  • Customer satisfaction by rapid, continuous delivery of useful software
  • Working software is delivered frequently (weeks rather than months)
  • Working software is the principal measure of progress
  • Even late changes in requirements can be accomodated
  • Close, daily cooperation between business people and developers
  • Face-to-face conversation is the best form of communication
  • Projects are built around motivated individuals, who should be trusted
  • Continuous attention to technical excellence and good design
  • Simplicity, Self-organizing teams
  • Regular adaptation to changing circumstances
  • Hanzo Lab's has proven mastery in Agile Software Development Methodology, especially in Java Technologies. With its ingrained experience, Hanzo Lab's has implemented numerous Java-based projects in Agile Development Methodology.

  • Comprehensive and tailor-made courseware covering all the paradigms
  • Case Studies that provide enriched learning
  • Integrative project-work that complements the course contents
  • Exemplary placement support through on-the-job training.